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March, 1986 


ISSN 0747-6078 


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Dr. William K. Emerson, Curator of Mollusks, right, and Walter Sage, Scientific Assistant, 
Department of Invertebrates, American Museum of Natural History, New York, examine 
a portion of the recent donations to the Museum’s collection of Recent mollusks. 



NEW LOOK! 
THREE CHOICES! 


Dear Friends, 

Thank you for your support and encouragement 
throughout our growing period. After attempts with 
smaller and larger formats and papers, we are 
returning to the standard 8-1/2" x 11" format and 
paper. We will provide three separate publications 
and a book catalog as described below. Current paid 
subscribers will receive both the "News" and the 
"Quarterly" editions of SHELLS AND SEA LIFE for 
the duration of their subscription. The only expect- 
ed changes from this point on will be more pages, 
more color, more articles and more stability. 

Shells and Sea Life News will come to you each 
month in a format similar to what you now have in 
your hand. It will have short articles, news, personal 
notes, current events and reader comments in compact 
form. We welcome your comments. The subscrip- 
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overseas or $20 airmail. 

Shells and Sea Ufe Quarterly will be a popular 
magazine for everyone interested in shells and sea 
life. Each issue should be at least 48 pages packed 
with articles on shells, trips, collecting accounts, shells 
on stamps and many other interesting sea life 
subjects. We will include articles for the novices as 
well as amateurs and professionals. Again, we 
welcome suggestions and ideas. We are putting 
together the summer issue now and plan to publish 
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S&SL News, 18(3):50 


On the same reef as Bob Purtymun 

Ian Loch 

Aiistralian Museum 
Department of Malacology 
PO Box A285 
Sydney South, NSW 
Austriia 2000 




Mitra amaiira Hervier 1898 
Photos by Bob Purtymun 


Over the past 14 years of diving on the Great 
Barrier Reef including some 120 dives on reefs off 
Townsville, I have had the opportunity for repeated 
collection of species which Bob Purtymun mentions in 
single incidents. Mitra amaura Hervier (S&SL 17(10): 
222) is indeed moderately common as Alan Hinton 
suggests. While a diver certainly won’t find it on 
every dive, it is not unknown to find several on one 
dive. Species such as this which are moderately 
common on the Great Barrier Reef yet do not appear 
on dealers’ lists, are part of an information short- 
circuit. Local scuba collectors, of whom there are 
only a handful competent with anything apart from 
cowries and cones, don’t ever see any rarity/price 
estimation, assume it is also common elsewhere on 
coral reefs and only bother about immediate needs. 

Other species of midtrids and costellariids also 
frequent a similar habitat, the rubble scree around the 
bases of bommies, coral heads and gutters or on the 
mainly bare sides of these. Some also occur on those 
outer reef slopes where exposure is not excessive, more 
frequently on the gentler sloping inner reefs rather 
than the steep weather faces of the outermost reefs. 
Moderately common species include Mitra tabanula 
Lamarck, M. telescopium Reeve, 1844, Vexillum lucidum 
Reeve, V. zelotypum Reeve, V. unifascialis Lamarck, V. 
bernhardina Roeding, and V. microzonias Lamarck. 
Less common in the same habitats are Mitra 
chrysostoma Broderip, M. rubritincta Reeve, Vexillum 
militaris Reeve, V. crocatum Lamarck, V. consanguineum 
Reeve and V. millecostatum Broderip (see Purtymun 
S&SL 17(5): 177). 


Other species I would call rare on the Great Barrier 
Reef, having only ever found one or two of them and 
habitat information is very tentative. For example, 
the only live Vexillum mutabile Reeve I collected was 
crawling along the iron sides of the wreck of the S.S. 
"Corea" in 5 metres on Eel Reef, hardly a major 
habitat type. However, the occurrence of other dead 
specimens in dredgings around the pier at Green 
Island off Cairns suggests a preference for the 
innermost shelf reefs. Vexillum corallina Reeve I 
found twice around 30 metres on bare coral faces. 
Others rarely found in the same rubble habitat 
mentioned above include Mitra turgida Reeve, M. 
coarctata Reeve, M. pyramis Wood, Vexillum tusum 
Reeve, V. turben Reeve and V. lautum Reeve. 

Many of these coral and rubble dewelling species 
are frequently encrusted with coralline algae and at 
first glance it can be difficult to distinguish Mitra 
from Morula or Vexillum from Turridrupa which live 
similarly. Species which are moderately common 
include Turridrupa bijubata Reeve, T. cerithina Anton 
and T. cincta Lamarck, with T. albofasciata E.A. Smith 
uncommon to rare. Turridrupa acutigemmata E.A. 
Smith prefers the soft sandy mud bottoms between the 
reefs and the mainland. 

Xenoturris milli punctata Sowerby (S&SL 17(11): 243) 
I found only once, intertidally, but X. cingulifera was 
more common, living in sand and rubble. Like most 
species living in sand on reefs it occurred both 
intertidally and subtidally. Turris spectabilis Reeve 
also was found occasionally in coarse sand and rubble 
subtidally, while Turris cryptorrapaphe Sowerby I 
found alive only once, in 5-7m at night on a sandy 
rubbly bottom amongst coral at North Point, Lizard 
Island. Because of the coarse nature of the preferred 
substrate most of these large turrids usually have 
eroded spires. 

Collecting on the Great Barrier Reef is now further 
complicated by the necessity for permits to collect in 
those areas where access is still allowed and other 
permits to send the specimens out of the country. 
The cumulative discouraging effect of this 
bureaucracy will probably ensure species which may 
be common to the Barrier Reef remain rare in lists 
which Bob Purtymun consults. 



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A biologist holds five-month-old geoducks. The Hood Canal shellfish lab at Brinnon Is the only geoduck hatchery In the world. 


ONE BIG CLAM 

Tom Rice 

P.O. Box 219, Port Gamble, WA 98364 


Panope abrupta, commonly called the Geoduek (P. 
generosa, Geodue, Gooeyduck or Gweduc), is found 
from southern Alaska to Mexico. Other relatives 
oecur in the Gulf of California, Florida, New Zealand 
and South Africa. P. abrupta is the world’s largest 
burrowing clam. It can be colleeted through diligent 
effort near the low water mark in Puget Sound and 
other west coast localities. 

Should you decide to attempt collecting this 
mollusk, go prepared to get very wet; the creatures, 
when adult, have siphons that extend from their 
burrow through nearly three feet of sandy mud to the 
surfaee. A gently sloping beach is best, check along 
the low tide line as the water receds -- you shouldn’t 
even try this unless the tide will be at least a minus 2.5 
feet. Keep you eyes alert for a fleshy pink clean 
siphon-tip stieking an inch or so above the sand’s 
surfaee; those siphons of a similar size whieh are 
covered with leathery flaps, barnaeles, algae, ete. 
belong to elams of the genus Tresus and while great 
eating, are not what you’re after this tide. 

To reach the body of the clam it will be neeessary to 
dig down at least two, and probably closer to three 
feet. Start digging a short distance from the siphons 
and make it a large excavation since you will have to 
eontend with shifting sands continually trying to refill 
your hole. You’ll probably end up on your hands and 
knees with your head down into the excavation, 
pulling and digging with your hand to excavate this 
bivalve behemoth. 

A large specimen will weigh more than six pounds 
and the animal’s shell can not completely cover the 
flesh. The "breast" of the Geoduek is considered the 
best eating portion — actually this is the clam’s mantle 
area. The "neek" or siphon can also be skinned, 
pounded and fried for a great tasting feast, or it can 
be ground and used in ehowder. The flesh has a very 
delicate flavor and local restaurants feature this 
bivalve prominently on their menues. 

S&SL News, 18(3):52 


Because of the small area where the clam can be 
gathered intertidally, some research was undertaken 
several deeades ago to see if the bivalve was really this 
scarce or if it usually lived more abundantly in deeper 
water. The latter proved to be the ease and soon the 
Washington State Department of Fisheries discovered 
millions of the ereatures inhabiting sandy bottoms 
throughout the Puget Sound and Hood Canal 
waterways. 

Commercial divers now harvest these clams and one 
can find them for sale in fresh seafood markets, loeal 
supermarkets, and also from the baek of pick-up 
trucks parked alongside the busy highways. The 
state leases tracts of bottom for these harvesters and 
currently receives $750,000 annually in revenue from 
these leases on a dozen traets. Unfortunately, 
Geodueks age slowly, making harvesting an area a 
once in 30 years event. 

The Department of Fisheries has, however, started 
the very first Geoduek hatchery. At its shellfish 
laboratory at Brinnon, on Hood Canal, the biologists 
have been investigating adult Geoducks for many 
years. Now they are gathering adult clams, gathering 
the eggs when spawned and then fertilizing and 
growing them at the lab. After a few months, when 
the bivalves have reaehed a length of one-quarter 
inch, they are released into the wilds of Puget Sound; 
this year it is estimated 225,000 will be planted using a 
scatter method. In the future a mechanical method 
will be developed to enable the department to plant 
millions of tiny clams each year. These laboratory 
raised young bivalves are expected to reach 
harvestable size within five or six years. 

During the next deeade the number of clams 
planted is to be increased to 30 million per year. 
Biologists hope for a 10 percent survival ratio to make 
the project economically feasible but many of the tiny 
bivalves become food for crabs, octopus, etc. 
Currently, in some areas of southern Puget Sound, 
survival rates have been nearer to 40 percent whieh 
may eventually allow those of you in areas where this 
deleetable bivalve does not occur naturally might 
someday be able to enjoy fresh Geoduek steaks 
purehased at your nearby supermarket. 



on the DRIFTLINE 


From Sacramento: Bill and Lois Pitt stopped by 
overnite a few days ago. We hope to see them here 
again soon now that both are retired. Thanks for 
the help with the Redwood path to the hot tub! 

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From San Diego: Jeff Hamann has just returned 
from another trip to the Caribbean. Hope it was 
successful. 

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From Alaska: Rae Baxter spent a few days in 
Eureka in mid-March. We had a good time looking 
over old books and visiting some of Rae’s favorite 
collecting sites around Humboldt Bay. Rae went on 
to Cal. Academy, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural 
History, and Los Angeles County Museum of Natural 
History before returning to Alaska to catch a boat for 
some field-survey work. 

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From Klamath Falls, Oregon: Roger Clark is off 
for a season’s fishing in Alaskan waters. 

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From Brazil: In Susan Hewitt’s article on the 
Field Note Book, the most important thing is not said: 
The notes on collecting in the book and the labels on 
the specimens must have one-and-the-same Number! 
I know, because I did not do that and now I have my 

difficulties .... — Dr. Eveline Marcus, Sao Paulo, Brazil 

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From Texas: Bob Sappington is off to work in 
Saudi Arabia for several months. We hope to have 
some reports from him on the shelling there. 

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From Sydney, Australia: The January, 1986, has 
just arrived, so I’ll comment on a couple of things 
therein: The "China Clam" Hippopus porcellanus 
Rosewater, was on the front page of the January, 
1984 issue of Australian Shell News, with a synopsis 
of the description inside. 

Vexillum militaris Reeve which is mentioned by 
Bob Purtymun as a possible range extension, has been 
recorded on the Great Barrier Reef a number of 
times (e.g., the July 1984 issue of the Cairns Shell 
Club newsletter & in Robert Robertson’s list of 
species collected at Lizard Island, published in 
Trvonia a few years earlier. It is a somewhat rash to 
make statements about range extensions unless one 
has access to a good library of the local literature. - 

IAN LOCH, The Australian Museum, Sydney, PO Box A285, Sydney 
South, NSW 200, Australian 

From Arizona: Ruth Keeling and Marjorie Wing, 
both Southwestern Malacological Soeiety members, 
have been seriously ill recently. We hope that you 
are both able to get back to the club meetings soon. 

* * 

From Key West, Florida: Mr. Manchione (Mer- 
villes de la Mer, Lusanne, Switzerland) has been in 
Key West for the past weeks. He managed to get to 
the Sanibel shell show during his visit. He will be 
retuning to Switzerland by about mid-April. 

* * * * * 

From Los Gatos, California: Tony Ferreira 
underwent major surgery in January and will be 
recovering for most of this year. He has been 
unable to work with his chiton research. We wish 
him the best and hope that he will at least be able to 
resume some limited correspondence later this year. 

He * * * * 



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S&SL News, 18(3):53 



A Snail-like Worm 

Roland Anderson 

The Seattle Aquarium 
Pier 59 

Seattle, WA 98101 



Shell collectors may be familiar with snails that 
resemble worms, specifically members of the 
family VERMETIDAE. Probably not so familiar 
are the worms that resemble snails. Prime 
examples are members of the genus Spirorbis 
which is in the sabellid family of worms. 

There are at least 1 1 species of the snail worm 
Spirorbis on the Pacific Coast and several of these 
are cosmopolitan in the world’s oceans. It is very 
difficult to speciate them. All are very small, 
from one to four mm in diameter and construct 
spiral snail-like calcareous tubes on hard 
substrates intertidally to a depth of 50 feet. The 
anterior end of the worm is a bright orange-red 
crown of tentacles that sticks out of the shell for 
suspension feeding and respiration. The tentacu- 
lar crown retracts into the shell for protection 
against predators and dessication; the worm closes 
off the opening of its tube with an operculum, 
another snail-like feature. At times the larval 
forms of the worm are so plentiful that they settle 
onto most anything, including kelp, seaweeds, and 
even other animals such as barnacles, crabs, and 
even sea cucumbers. 

Spirorbis has some interesting aspects of its life 
cycle. It is a true hermaphrodite, the anterior 
segments of the worm being female and the 
posterior segments male. Some species are 
broadcast spawners, discharging their gametes 
directly into the water column and having free 
swimming larvae. Some species attach their eggs 
to their body wall for incubation. In some 
species the operculum may serve as a brood pouch, 
with a temporary layer of material being 
deposited onto it to form an envelope in which to 
hold the developing eggs. Some species are even 
viviparous. Such diversity of parental care 
within a single genus is truly remarkable. 

S&SL News,“ 18(3);54 



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distribution and synonymy — 
all are illustrated in full colour 
of which over 150 show the 
living animal. In addition, 
there are 18 plates showing 
significant variations within 
a species, two plates showing 
species described since 1970, 
and schematic drawings of 
conchological and anatomical 
characters of the cowries. 


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Contents 


SHELLING Dt HAWAH C£. Bowen 60 

TAILS YOU WIN .... M. Werner 61 

FIELD NOTES 63 

on the DRIFTLINE 64 

COLLECTING TRIP TO DEATH VALLEY 1922 EP. Chase 65 
BOOK REVIEW Lemche’s N. Atlantic Nudibranchs K. Jensen 68 


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SHELLING IN HAWAII 

Charles E. Bowen 

School of Science 
Cal Poly University 
Pomona, CA 91768 


Do you enjoy collecting a variety of shells in warm, 
clear and shallow water? In water so shallow that it 
barely reaches your knees, where wind waves are only 
a few inches high when the trade winds blow, and in a 
collecting area that must be at least a quarter of a mile 
wide by several miles long under blue skies with white 
billowy clouds? Then have I got a place for you, and 
its located on the relatively unspoiled island of 
Molokai in the state of Hawaii. 

To get there, fly from Oahu on one of the smaller 
commuter planes. Flight time is about 20 minutes. 
Pick up your rental car at Molokai’s quaint, small and 
uncrowded airport. Drive for fifteen minutes to 
reach the small town of Kaunakakai. Look for the 
coconut trees planted by King Kamehameha V 
(Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove). Use this area as your 
base camp, but don’t park directly under the palms to 
avoid falling coconuts and palm fronds. Several 
dropped near us when we were there in July. 

A good place to start collecting is right in front of 
you. Work your way out onto the flat, brown reef. 
It is mainly crushed coral and pebbles. Walking is 
easy if you use old tennis shoes to protect your feet. 
Diving booties are also recommended. If the wind is 
low and the ripple effect moderate, you’ll be able to 
see over large areas of shell habitat. Cone shells, 
auger shells, cowries, and umbrella shells are typical. 
Some of the locals use nets attached to metal hoops to 
scoop up the "gravel" bed. Shells are retained in the 
net while the coral and pebbles pass through the 
netting. Ecological damage by this technique appears 
to be minimal, and it is an efficient method of 
collecting. 



Another marvelous feature of the reef is the 
opportunity to collect at night. After getting used to 
the area and its features during the daytime go back 
after the sun goes down. Many of the animals 
normally hard to see during the day become active at 
night. Even though the town has a few stores, you 
might be better off bringing your own flashlight just 
to be sure. 



Ventral view Umbraculum sinicum . Pen in photo 5.5” 


Two of the animals indigenous to the large reef are 
Oak Cones {Conus quercinus) and umbrella shells 
{Umbraculum sinicium). The former are very sturdy 
and can attain a size of five inches. Umbrella shells 
are strikingly colored, have an exceptionally large foot 
and often lay partially buried in the reef debris. The 
umbrella shell has a foot that can vary from gray- 
brown to bright orange in color with white nodules on 
the surface. Even though they are the same size as 
some abalone the umbrella shells are much easier to 
remove from the substrate. A firm steady pull with 
the hand is enough force to free their grip. 

Shelling on Molokai was a unique and rewarding 
experience for us, so the next time you are in Hawaii 
take the opportunity to visit this uncrowded, friendly 
island. 

REFERENCES 

Kay, E. A. 1979. Hawaiian Marine Shells. Section 4: MoUusca. Bishop 
Museum Press, p. 446. 

Spaulding, P., Ill 1984. Molokai. Westwind Press, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

ijf. ifi ifi Ifi 


Dorsal view Umbraculum sinicum . Pen is 5.5” long. 


SiiSL 18(4) :60 


TAILS YOU WIN 

Milton Werner 

70 Richmond St. 

Brooklyn, NY 11208 

It’s funny, sometimes, how people match up and 
don’t match up -- especially when it’s the same people 
doing both at the same time. 

If you’re on the grapevine of malacological 
professional staffs, you’re probably already thinking 
of Syzmik and Dervish. For you shell-boilers who 
don’t get the inside dope, that’s Dr. Andreas "Jangles" 
Syzmik, curator of mollusks at one of our prestigious 
institutes of natural history, and his scientific 
assistant. Sterling Dervish. And even if you’ve never 
heard of them, the story of how their star-crossed 
association came to its end should be worth a listen. 

To sketch in the background for you, the two ran a 
nice department together, and they enjoyed chatting 
over a beer -- but Dervish, a sort of breezy, 
unbuttoned type, kept doing things, in complete 
innocence, mind you, that unsettled Syzmik’s peace of 
mind. And as if this weren’t bad enough, Syzmik is 
kind of a nervous nellie anyway. Even so, things 
never got completely out of hand until that big field 
trip. 

It seems that after years of scrimping and saving, 
the department got enough money together to give 
Dervish a shot at South America. He started in 
Venezuela, dividing his time between marine, 
freshwater and land collecting, and worked his way 
through Colombia and into Ecuador. At first, he 
wrote back fairly regularly, but after a letter from 
Quito a long silence strung out. Syzmik began to get 
strung out, too, but finally a note arrived: 

"Hi, Jangles - you’ll never guess where I am. 
Hanging out with the Jivaro Indians! Now don’t go 
into a fantod just because they’re head-shrinkers. 
They haven’t shriveled a noggin since I got here. 
They’ve been too busy shaking the jungle for land 
snails! Wait till you see the stuff these birddogs have 
come up with - including a flock of new species. 
Wow! A collector in Quito put me onto them, and 
even sold me a load of trade goods that got the locals 
off their tusches and into the bushes. 

" But to get to the point - I need more alcohol, 
cotton, vials, jars and tags in a hurry. And I need 
more money! The locals are cooling off on 
penwipers, button hooks, book marks and tea cozies, 
and they’re geetting a little testy. If I read their sign 
language right, they’re really interested in stuff like 
designer jeans and calculator watches, with the hea'J'y 
emphasis on Saturday night specials and leg traps. 
Send the supplies and money to Sr. Petrolo Fortuno, 
Maracaibo Shell Club. He’s some kind of hot-shot 
executive - I think he mentioned oil. He’ll round up 
some jazzier trade goods and forward everything via 
plane, train, bus, boat, burro, oxcart and foot. 

"P.S. Throw in a few foam coffee cups with lids. 
Before I leave I’ll get the guys here to do their thing 
again, and the cups will be perfect for packing 
shrunken heads. Talk about your souvenirs!" 

Syzmik, with a dry treasury and a brand-new 
nervous twitch, had to buck Dervish’s request up to 
Administration. After a heroic struggle, he got the 
institute to shake loose of $31, which he shot off to 
Maracaibo, not forgetting the supplies. 


There was another long silence, toward the end of 
which he started doctoring for an ulcer. Then, at 
last, another note: 

"Fortuno tells me the top brass really smashed the 
old piggy bank. Criminy — they save more than that 
on my paycheck every week. But good old Fortuno 
got us all off the hook, proving that he isn’t filthy rich 
by accident. He sent me a bunch of those little 
plastic viewers with pictures of bathing beauties, most 
of them caught by the camera standing in their tubs. 
Why he included mothballs and a lawn sprinkler beats 
me. Anyway, art succeeded where pipe cleaners and 
shoe horns had lost their charm. The boys have 
stopped wigwagging about shotguns and switchblades 
and started collecting again. The new species, etc. are 
rolling in, and I’ll soon fill the last sack and start back 
— with a few custom-made Jivaro miniatures! 

"P.S. Even in a gourmet restaurant, never order 
the lizard, fungus and mothball stew." 

"P.P.S. The chief’s daughter took to wearing the 
lawn sprinkler in her hair, and all of a sudden she has 
to beat off the local Romeos with a stick. It makes 
you wonder what they see in the bathing beauties." 

The note was followed by still another long silence, 
and when Syzmik took himself off to the annual 
AMU meeting he was under treatment for the heebie- 
jeebies. When anyone asked him, "How’s ol’ Sterling?" 
he cringed and changed the subject. Finally, pressed 
for an explanation, he told the open-ended story and 
added, "That boy is crazy to have any truck with head 
hunters. His trouble is, when he gets into hot 
collecting situations he completely loses his - I mean, 
he rushes headlong -- that is, he barges in like a 
Urosalpinx at an oyster-shucking contest. I think I’ll 
skip lunch." 

One morning in the following week, a visitor 
suddenly appeared at his desk. The stranger, a 
seaman by the cut of his ensemble, was carrying a 
foam coffee cup — with a lid. He set it on a corner of 
the desk and dropped a soiled envelope next to it. "A 
bloke in Maracaibo said there’d be something in it for 
me if I delivered this to you," he said. 

Syzmik stopped breathing and stared at the cup. 
His ulcer went g-r-r-r. Then he swallowed, wiped a 
wet hand on his best suit, and pulled the envelope 
across the desk with two fingers. 

It helped when he saw Dervish’s handwriting. It 
didn’t help when he read the scrawled note: 

"A runner just arrived with a letter from you, 
which I’ll read when I can - if I can. I’m sending 
him back right now with and a note asking Fortuno to 
spring for the postage. Along about 3 a.m. I’m gonna 
slide out of this place, traveling light. It seems the 
local buckos found out what they saw in the bathing 
beauties - just a novelty. So they quit collecting and 
took to scrapping over the chief’s daughter. Even 
after he made her take off the sprinkler. Between 
rounds they jabber at me, and it ain’t buddy-talk. I 
just hope they’ll be exhausted by bed-time." 

Szymik leaned back and sighed, sat up and fumbled 
for a pill, pulled a deep breath, and finally managed 
to croak, "ah - do you happen to have any idea what’s 
in the cup?" 

"Happen I do," the mariner said. "Coffee, light. 
The skirt on the snack cart out there asked me to bring 
it in. Your gal is on the phone, giggling." 

Continued next page 


S&SL 18(4):61 


Syzmik briefly considered asking his secretary to 
bring in his coffee mug, so he could bounce it off her 
head. Instead, he went into a laughing jag and 
considered taking a few sick days. 

But that afternoon his condition improved suddenly 
at the arrival of a cablegram. It was from Quito, and 
it was from Dervish. 

"Got out with my own head and a souvenir one. 
Sold the small one to send this. Begging and 
thumbing my way to Maracaibo. Hope to find 
money waiting." 

Syzmik wired some money from his own pocket. 
He tried a little solid food again, and instead of 
nightmares he had dreams featuring Dervish at his 
begging and thumbing. 

A couple of weeks later there appeared a letter 
from his hard-traveling assistant, but not in his own 
handwriting. It recounted a few of the rigors of the 
journey and his arrival, in a horse-drawn Edsel, in 
Cartagena, where he was invited to judge a shell show. 
It further stated that at the awards ceremony feelings 
ran high, which was why he was now in a hospital 
with multiple stab wounds, three fractures, a 
concussion, etc., etc. It included an estimate of the 
hospital bill, and noted that the chairman of the shell 
show, feeling a certain obligation, had not only 
volunteered to write the letter for him, but even 
insisted on paying for the stamp out of the show 
profits. 

Syzmik arranged for a sabbatical leave, kicking it 
off with a nervous breakdown. And long before he 
came back, he’d also arranged for a higher-level 
position for Dervish - at another prestigious institute 
of natural history. 



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The publication of this volume is a tribute to the late Dr. Henning 
Lemche. Dr. Lemche was the curator of Mollusca at the Zoologicail 
Museum, University of Copenhagen (ZMUC) for many years. During 
most of these years he produced excellent water-color paintings of most 
of the opisthobranchs he was able to study alive. As time went by, his 
artistic skills improved to a degree that some of his late paintings are 
more like portraits of individual sea-slugs than scientific representations 
of a particular species. 

Dr. Lemche’s intention was to compile a monograph of North 
Atlantic opisthobranchs illustrated with his own water-color plates of 
each species, but as his artistic skills improved so did his perfectionism, 
and he discarded many of his earlier paintings. Unfortunately Dr. 
Lemche passed away before he could complete his monograph. 

During the years after his death several people expressed a wish that 
the paintings be published, but no one particularly wanted to take on 
the laborious task of preparing such a publication. Mrs. Hanne Just 
was Dr. Lemche’s graduate student at the time of his death. Together 
with the editorial board, Dr. Jean Just, Dr. Jorgen Knudsen and Dr. 
Claus Nielsen, she has performed the difficult task of selecting which of 
Dr. Lemche’s paintings were the moat suitable for publication. 

The collaboration with Dr. Malcolm Ekimunds has been essential to 
ensure the scientific standard of the accompanying text. Dr. Lemche’s 
notes were often controversial and contradictory and it was absolutely 
necessary to have a specialist with a detailed up-to-date knowledge of 
nudibranch taxonomy weed out the contradictions and sort out the 
controversies. 

The preface and the introduction of the book describe very well the 
background history and the material used in the book. The 
introduction contmns a figure illustrating most of the scientific terms 
fiertaining to nudibranch anatomy. This figure appears very crowded 
but has all the terms fully spelled out in a one-page figure. 

Reproduction of the color plates is excellent and was probably the 
most difficult procedure accomplished while publishing this book. 
Several series of test prints were discarded before the quality was 
zicceptable. Even then, some of the final prints had to be discarded, so 
only slightly over 1,000 copies of the book are available for sale. This 
makes the price of the book seem almost incredibly low. 

Several broke with color illustrations of nudibranchs have appezired 
over the last few years. Some have used color photographs while 
others have used paintings by eirtists with some zoological training. 
Color photographs probably reproduce the actual colors most faithfully, 
especi^ly with a "natural” background. However, close-up photos 
usually have little depth-of-field, and hence only part of the animal will 
be in focus. Also, animals rarely pose to display taxonomiczilly 
important features. Paintings can compensate for both of these 
shortcomings. In spite of the often very bright color patterns, many 
nudibranchs have rather pale ground colors. Books with color 


paintings often use black backgrounds which make the white and pale 
species stand out in great contrast, whereas these species are usually 
very inconspicuous in their natural habitat. The present book 
presents the color plates on a white background which gives a more 
natural appearance of the colors. 

The text to each plate is very brief in most cases. Only description 
of extemrJ morphology, distribution and sometimes a few taxonomic 
remarks are given. Most of the other recent illustrated nudibranch 
books have more extensive texts with detailed descriptions of external 
as well as internal anatomy. The introduction of the present book 
states that most of the rotual specimens represented on the plates are 
kept preserved in the collections of the ZMUC. However, I would like 
to warn anyone contemplating to use these (or any of Dr. Lemche’s 
preserved nudibranchs) for studies of internal anatomy: the existence of 
this material may turn out to be more of a nightmare than a help. Dr. 
Lemche did not believe that internal anatomy was necessary for 
nudibranch taxonomy, and in most cases he just dumped his specimens 
directly into 70% EtOH. Anyone can guess what the internal organs 
look like after such treatment. 

The size of the book may seem a little odd, i.e. wider than tall. This 
has been done to accomodate the plates so that the text to each plate 
appears on the opposing page, and only in 5 cases does the text run on 
to the following page. The plates are reproduced at half the size of the 
original paintings and the arrangement of the individual figures within a 
plate is the same as in the originals with very few exceptions. Dr. 
Lemche composed his paintings to include a dorsal, a ventral, and a 
lateral (right side) view of each species, plus enlarged details of certain 
importzint structures. Also he included an eggmass if available. 

At an early stage in the preparation of the book Mrs. Elizabeth Platts 
volunteered to contribute a checklist of the distribution of North-East 
Atlantic opisthobranchs. This turned out to be an enormous task in 
itself. The result is an impressive compilation of distributional data as 
well as some taxonomic rem^u'ks. As with all checklists, new data have 
appeared during the time "in press,” but as a whole this checklist is a 
very useful tool for anyone collecting opisthobranchs species from this 
area, and that alone makes it very valuvable. The only point of 
criticism is that the taxonomy is not in accordance with that of the 
main body of the book. However, nudibranch taxonomy at the 
present time is in great need of a thorough revision. 

There are very few printer’s errors in this book. One of the more 
disturbing ones is the ommission of 4 species names in the table of 
contents: Doto eireana (Plate 13, pp. 34-35), Doto Columbiana (Plate 
16, pp. 40-41), Doto cinerea (Plate 17, pp. 42-44). and Doris verrucosa 
(Plate 21, pp. 60-51). The 3 Doto species appear on plates containing 
two species (combined from 2 original paintings), which explains but 
does not excuse the deletions. 

To sum up: The scientific quality of the plates of this book easily 
matches that of the century-old monograph by Alder & Hancock. 
However, this is not a monograph; it does not contain all the species 
found in the area; the text can be used to identify the species, but 
otherwise has little scientific interest. The soft cover and the format 
suggest that it be used as a reference book. Certainly the appended 
checklist is so comprehensive that it should be used extensively for 
reference. The high quality of the color plates and the low number of 
copies available warrant a position as a bibliographic publication. - 
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From The Netherlands: I work as Chief Conser- 
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eum, Amsterdam. I study molluscan evolution, fossil 
& recent and aim to have at least one species of every 
genus type that exists and from there collect specific 
families to greater depth. Pectinidae are my lust 
and love (fossil & recent). I need specimens from all 
over with biotype info or stratigraphical info. 
Beside that I study sharks (mainly recent) and fishes, 
mainly otoliths & scales. Sea life in general gets all 
my attention. 

Hopefully we can start a correspondence and you 
can help me obtain literature and material. - c.v. 

HARTMAN, t’Witaand 6, 1261 BM Blaricum, The Netherlands 

From Portland, Oregon: "Write something humor- 
ous for the coming issue of SHELLS and SEA LIFE," 
was the request. That caused no end of far-gazing, 
pencil-tapping, brow-wrinkling; what’s funny about 
mollusks? Nay, Sally, not humorous. I might call 
attention to some anatornical cognomens established 
by Linnaeus and Lamarck which my colleagues find 
amusing, but they do not belong here. 

Instead, let me relate how I became interested in 
mollusks. My dear neighbor in Buffalo [New York] 
was Imogene Robertson; how many persons recall her, 
and her collaborator Clifford Blakeslee? In the 
1940’s I spent much time in her home, admiring the 
pretty shells in her cabinet. Doubtless she became 
weary of my questioning: "Did you dye these pretty 
blue snails? How did these get so frilly, and did you 
scallop the edges of those? How did the clam on the 
floor get so big? " 

So she led me to her back yard and turning over a 
board on the ground, pointed out the snails beneath. 
They had a name, she told me, and if I wished she 
would loan a book containing their pictures and facts 
about them. 

Did I wish! In my own back yard I found the 
same snails, and others in Cattaraugus Creek, and 
clams in Lake Erie, and, and, and! I joined the 
Buffalo Shell Club (it is still active) and later when 
Imogene died I inherited her position as secretary of 
the American Malacological Union. 

Circumstances removed me to Wisconsin, then to 
the Florida Keys where I learned to snorkel. V^en 
my husband died I began a small shell business to 
occupy my time and to augment my Coast Guard 
pension. And now I live in Oregon, near my only 
son, John. I’ve joined the local (Portland) shell club, 
organized their library, am an honary life member of 
the AMU and of a half-dozen other clubs about the 
country. 

Enough of me. ’Tis not humorous, Sally, but in 
review, mighty satisfying! - Margaret teskey 

From Biloxi, Mississippi: The 17th Annual Con- 
ference of the the International Association of 
Aquatic Animal Medicine was held May 4-7, 1976. 

From Bayside, California: We are getting ready 
for the annual pilgrimage to the AMU/WSM annual 
meetings. Sally & I will be leaving Bayside on the 
30th of June and returning on the 7th of July. We 
hope that several of you will be able to stop and see 
us this summer, perhaps on your way to or from the 

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meetings. We have plenty of room for several 
campers and trailers plus tents. We can also sleep a 
several in the two spare bedrooms. Blackberries 
should be ripe along with plums and early apples. 

We are located about 275 miles north of San 
Francisco on Highway 101. Bayside is now a part of 
Areata, California and lies about 1 mile south of 
Humboldt State University, overlooking Humboldt 
Bay. Heading north from Eureka, take the "Bayside 
Cutoff" exit from Highway 101. At the south end of 
Areata, take Old Areata Road toward Sunnybrae. 
Hyland Street is directly across from Jacoby Creek 
Elementary School. 

Sally and I have been working hard and enjoying 
Humboldt County. Spring was beautiful with all of 
the fruit trees and Rhodedendrons in bloom along 
with the Tulips, Iris, Anemones, Crocus and 
Daffodils. We have built a road down to the lower 
half of our property (by hand, with pick and shovel) 
and cleared out several years’ growth of Himalaya 
berries, blackberries and other pests. The result is a 
parking area overlooking Humboldt Bay with about 
1/2 acre meadow and trees all around. As soon as 
we can get the time and money together, we intend to 
build a small guest cabin down there. Please do 
come by and visit when you are in Northern 
California. 


WHAT IS IT? 



FeatherduBter Worm - Indo-Pacific. Photo: E.R. Degginger 


FIELD NOTES 


demarcoi Cayos Cochinos, Honduras 


From Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles: I was pleased 
to bring back from a trip to Bonaire, Netherlands 
Antilles, several living specimens of the Music Volute, 
VoltUa musica Linnaeus, 1758. I placed them in the 
aquarium hoping to get photographs of them while 
alive. It was thus I discovered one thing they like to 
eat, as one attacked and ate a Chestnut Turban, Turbo 
castanea Gmelin, 1791, which I was also watching. 
The volutes lived for several months in my aquarium. 

~ PEGGY WILLIAMS, Rt. 3, Box 28, Sarasota, FL 33580 [ed. - 
Apologies to Peggy and our readers — we confused photos. The correct 
photo and note appear together this month] 




From the Florida Keys: It’s frustrating to be 
diving with a group of spearfishermen who know 
nothing about shells and who are invariably the ones 
to bring up the large, spectacular Cassis 
madagascariensis Lamarck, 1822, the Queen Helmet 
shell. These mollusks are not uncommon in my neck 
of the waters, but I’ve always been too interested in 
looking at smaller organisms and haven’t covered 
enough territory to find them in my own area. I 
have, however, collected helmet shells in the Florida 
Keys by drifting with the boat tethered by a line, 
across acres of sand/grass bottom 10-20 feet below, 
until I spotted a shell and struggled down to get it. 
By this method I’ve also collected Queen Conchs, 
Slrombus gigas Linnaeus, 1758, carrier shells, 
Xenophora conchliophora (Born, 1780), and even a 
Trumpet Triton, Charonia variegala (Lamarck, 1816). - 

PEGGY WILLIAMS, Rt. 3, Box 28, Sarasota, FL 33580 


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Collecting trip to Death Valley 
In 1922. 

Emery P. Chace 



Elsie M. & Emery P. Chace 

From The Tabulata. January, 1970 


Left Haiwee about 2 p.m., February 14, 1922. 
Mr. and Mrs. Ferriss, Mrs. Chace, and myself in the 
Chace Lizzie. Pretty well loaded with grub, 
blanket rolls and suitcases. Drove to Searles, via 
Little Lake and Inyokern, arriving there about 5 
p.m. Mr. Ferriss’ car (Maud) had been parked there 
since Christmas. The depot and section houses 
were the only buildings at Searles. We took our 
bedrolls and made our beds on the floor of the 
waiting room. 

Feb. 15. Up early to meet Mr. Strong and Prof. 
Monroe who came in on the morning train from Los 
Angeles. Breakfast over a camp fire and about 3 
hours work getting Maud ready to go and stowing 
loads. Left Searles about 10 a.m. for Trona. 
Roads very good for desert roads. Stopped at Salt 
Wells Canyon and prospected for snails but no luck. 
Dinner at this stop. Trona about 1:30 p.m. Mr. 
Strong arranged for a house with table and 
cookstove for us. Unloaded Lizzie and Mr. Ferriss, 
Mr. Strong, Mrs. Chace, and I drove to Indian Joe 
Canyon to try for snails. Found a good lot of them 
and back to the house at dusk. 

Feb. 16. Drove Maud today to Argus Canyon. 
Ferriss, Strong, Monroe, Peggy, and I. Got a hne 
lot of snails. Roads fair to sandy. Back to Trona 
at 5 p.m. Fine weather. 

Feb. 17. Drove Maud to Homeward Canyon today. 
Mrs. Ferris has the grippe and Mr. Ferriss stayed 
home with her. Roads fair to rocky and they all go 
right up the washes. Snails scattered in this canyon 
but got them on both sides of the canyon. After 
lunch we drove out of Homeward and up to Bruce 
Canyon. Stopped just before we got into Bruce 
Canyon and did some good collecting in a dry gulch. 
In Bruce Canyon we only found a few snails, but 
didn’t have much time there. Back to Trona 6 p.m. 
Prof. Monroe is a good camp cook and we are 
enjoying fine eats. 

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Feb. 18. Mrs. Chace stayed at Trona with Mrs 
Ferris today. Mr. Ferris and Prof. Monroe went to 
Bruce Canyon again; Mr. Strong and I went to the 
Iron Cap Mine, about 22 miles north of Trona. 
Roads very fair except over the Slate Range Hill 
which is steep and a bit rough. Ferris made a good 
catch of snails and Mr. Strong and 1 did fairly well. 
We stopped at Water Canyon on the way back and 
found a few snails in the short time that we had. 
Trona about 6:30 p.m. 

Feb. 19. Mr. Strong, Prof. Monroe, Mrs. Chace, and 
I started to go around the south end of Searles Lake 
but the roads were not passable. Too soft. Came 
back to Trona and out to the Stockwell Mine in the 
Slate Range. Road fair, everything considered. 
The mine had not been worked for at least a year. 
We had lunch (coffee and sandwiches) and then 
went after the snails. Made a big haul and got 
back to Trona in good time. A scorpion hit the tip 
of one of Mr. Strong’s fingers but not hard enough 
to leave very much poison. 

Feb. 20. Left Trona and drove to Tank Canyon 
and Andreas Canyon, east of Trona about 25 miles. 
All poor roads and only fair success with the snails. 
Mr. Strong left for Los Angeles on the evening train. 

Feb. 21. Mrs. Chace stayed with Mrs. Ferriss today. 
Mr. Ferris and I went to Layton Canyon, about 35 
miles round trip. Roads pretty poor and not much 
luck with the snails. 

Feb. 22. Mrs. Chace and 1 packed up and moved 
headquarters to Ballarat, 26 miles northeast of 
Trona, taking Prof. Monroe with us. Mrs. Ferris 
not quite over the grippe. Had to put new brake 
linings in the Lizzie so did not do any collecting 
today. 

Ballarat has a population of 7 and several empty 
houses. Mr. Oven, the Mayor, made us very 
comfortable. Mrs. Chace and I had a two room 
adobe house with a double bed and a mattress. 
Monroe moved into a three room shack that had a 
fair cookstove, a table and some chairs. Candles 
for light. Still having fine weather. 

Feb. 23. Drove to Wild Rose Canyon 15 miles south 
of Ballarat. Roads good in spots. A fine trip and 
a good catch of snails. Some snails were found on 
the alluvial fans. They were in the edges of the 
small gutters left by the runoff of the last rain. No 
snails were found on the floor of the valleys 
anywhere. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ferris came over from Trona today. 

Feb. 25 to Mar. 1. Went to Surprise, Shepards, 
Jackpot, January Jones, and Jail Canyons with 
varying success. Good weather and poor roads. 

Mar. 2. Packed up and said goodbye to Ballarat. 
Drove south and out of the end of Panamint Valley 
and turned east on the road to Silver Lake. 
Stopped for lunch and collected a few snails about 
21 miles south of Ballarat. About 3:00 p.m. we 
stopped to investigate a rocky hill but did not find 
any snails this time. I did find that I had a broken 



front hub and we were delayed about 45 mintues 
while I put in a new hub that I fortunately had in 
the car. Made camp that evening about 6 miles 
from Leach Springs. No accomodations. Mr. 
and Mrs. Ferris slept in their car. Mrs. Chace and 
I on our car cushions in a small tent. This was 
our first outdoor camp. Just a little ice on the 
water buckets in the morning. 

Mar. 3. Packed up and on the road to Silver 
Lake. Stopped at a good rocky sidehill and 
collected a few snails. Then on to Owl Springs 
where we stopped and had lunch. Some rocky 
hills here but Mr. Ferriss and I hunted nearly an 
hour and found no snails. A few wild flowers in 
bloom here. Drove all afternoon and camped at 
Saratoga Springs. A fine big spring with a pool 
at least 50 feet across and the water slightly warm 
and slightly alkaline. There was quite a lot of 
small fish from one to two inches long in the pool. 
An old corrugated iron building without doors or 
windows, but with a camp stove made this a very 
comfortable camp. No brush or trees near the 
spring and I had to go to some mesquite trees 
about one-half mile away for wood to cook 
dinner. 

Mar. 4. In the morning we hit the road again and 
arrived at Silver Lake at noon without stopping to 
hunt for snails very much. Spent the afternoon 
and part of the next morning working on Maud. 

Mar. 5. Car fixed up and drove out to Red Pass 
on the Barstow Road and did a little collecting. 
Silver Lake has a store, a depot, a freight house, 
and about a dozen other houses. The railroad 
Agent offered us the use of his little cottage so we 
were very comfortable the two nights that we 
were there, with a stove and table and chairs. 
Again, Peggy and I slept on our car cushions on 
the floor. Prof. Monroe took the train back to 
Los Angeles. 

Mar. 6. Weather still holding fine. Left Silver 
Lake for Tecopa. Stopped and found snails on a 
rocky hill not far from the old Amargosa Mine. 
Struck some bad sandy roads and some up grades 
and had to camp in the open again. No wind to 
speak of and a fine moon. 

Mar. 7. Slow going for several miles this 
morning. Then we stopped to investigate some 
rocky hills. Got a few snails while Mrs. Chase 
got dinner. She baked biscuits in a dutch oven. 

On the road again. Hit a steep hill and had 
trouble getting the cars to pull up it. Wind came 
up and was disagreeable. Finally made the top 
of the grade and ran mostly down hill to Zabriske. 
Had to tow Maud the last two miles. It was dark 
when we got there. There was a small shack 
built of railroad ties big enough for a stove and 
rolled up corrugated iron for a stove pipe. No 
people — we got dinner in the shack. There was 
another building without doors or windows which 
had been a hotel (?) and a corrugated iron freight 
house. Mrs. Chace and I slept in the hotel. We 
made ourselves at home and were very 
comfortable in spite of the wind that blew very 
hard all night. 


Mar. 8. In the morning I worked Maud over and 
Mr. Ferriss and I drove a few miles to Shoshone 
and filled up with gas and water. Fair road. 
Dinner at Zabriske and then a nine mile trip to 
Resting Springs. Only two sandy stretches. 

At Resting Springs, Mr. Smith, who runs the ranch 
for the Tecopa Mining Company, welcomed us 
with open arms. He invited us to use his kitchen 
for our meals and gave us the use of what had 
been a school house at one time for our sleeping 
quarters. There were no doors or windows, but 
we were very comfortable. Mr. Smith had no 
family there but kept a horse and a dog. The 
spring is quite large and the flow of water would 
fill a 10 inch pipe as I remember it. There were 
no snails on the hillsides close to the spring but 
Mr. Ferriss and I walked about two miles over to 
the Gunsight Mountains where we found snails 
quite common. Friday Mrs. Chace and I went 
collecting in Chicago Valley and had a good day. 
We returned to Resting Springs at nearly 6:00 
o’clock and Mr. Smith had a big supper all cooked 
for us. 

Mar. 11. I packed the car and Mrs. Chace and I 
started back for Haiwee as our leave of absence 
was about up. We left Mr. and Mrs. Ferriss to do 
just a little more searching for shells. We passed 
through Shoshone, Salsberry Pass, and Death 
Valley. That night we drove up a canyon to 
Leach Springs where we found about an inch of 
snow on the ground and nothing of a shelter. So 
we cleared off some snow and made a bed beside 
the car. At about 5:00 a.m. I woke up to find it 
snowing in my face. So, hot coffee and then hit 
the road down the canyon. Out O.K. and through 
Pilot Knob, Johannesburg, Searles, Inyokern, and 
Little Lake. Back at the powerhouse at Haiwee 
about 6:00 p.m., Sunday, tired but happy. 

[Emery Chace sent this log of his 1922 
collecting trip to me about fifteen years 
ago. I found it among some old papers 
and rediscovered the charm of hearing 
Emery tell collecting stories with his great 
enthusiasm. I hope that readers will sense 
the cheerful determination and energy 
which was characteristic of "The Chaces" 
in all of their activities. Those who were 
not acquainted with Emery and Elsie 
Chace might enjoy reading "Keepers of the 
Tin Book" in TJie Tabulata, 3(1):11-15. 
Those great folks started collecting 
mollusks in 1910 and the last of their 
detailed collecting records was written in 
April, 1970. 

The specimens collected on the 1922 trip 
have been given to the California 
Academy of Sciences and the Santa 
Barbara Museum of Natural History. — 
Jack W. Brookshire.] 

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Conchologists of ^merioo 


C. O. A. Convention 


From Fort Lauderdale, Florida: The Concholo- 
gists of America are busily planning this summer’s 
14th Annual Convention, a reunion of shellcrs, 
scientists, dealers and friends from around the 
States and the world. We’re pleased to invite the 
readers of Shells and Sea Life to the convention, 
which will be held from Tuesday through 
Saturday, July 15 through July 19, 1986. The 

Broward Shell Club will host the festivities at the twin-towered 
Sheraton Yank^ Trader Hotel, right on the beach at Fort Lauderdale, 
Florida. All ^ell collectors — C.O.A. members or non-members, 
whether novice or advanced in exp>ertise — as well as shell dealers and 
scientists, are cordially invited to this consistently outstanding sheller’s 
convention. If you have been to a prior C.O.A. convention, you know 
the congeniality and camaraderie which abound, and arm-twisting 
won’t be necessary. If you have not yet had the good fortune to 
attend one of the earlier C.O.A. conventions, why not seriously 
consider making this one of your first? The summer is a perfect time 
for the Florida family vacation (at off-season rates!); and Fort 
Lauderdale provides every possible type of diversion for your non- 
shelling relatives and companions. Nearby superhighways zip you to 
Cape Kennedy, Orlandeo, Miami and the Florida Keys, the Everglades 
and Big Cypress Swamp — if you can pry yourself away from the fun, 
sun, dining, dancing, live entertainment, beautiful surroundings and 
friendly people that are Fort Lauderdale. Plan a few extra days 
before or after the convention to enjoy Florida’s "second season." 

Convention Chairman, Ruth Chesler, reports plans for many events 
full of fun and interest. Convention registration begins on Tuesday 
morning, July 15, with programs commencing in the afternoon. 
Informative slide presentations, aiming to broaden the horizons of a 
varied audience, will be presented throughout the five-day convention 
by knowledgeable collectors and authorities; the meeting room 
promises to offer the best screen and speedcer visibility yet. The 
Broward Shell Club will host a welcome and get aquainted party 
Tuesday evening at the renowned International Swimming Hall of 
Fame Museum, a fascinating place to explore. 

Field trips are being planned, with the most adventuresome already 
confirmed. Wayne Harland will coordinate two trips, one for 
snorkelers and the other for scuba divers, to take advantage of the 
superb diving opportunities of the area. The waters in July are in the 
80 degreed- range and usually are clear and calm; offshore reef 
structures offer habitat for many of the Caribbean/Florida species, 
including Mitra florida. Pecten mildredae. and the elusive and beautiful 
Conus granulatus. 


Less strenuous field trips are in the offing as well, including an 
evening trip on the fabled Jungle Queen , a 550-passenger sightseeing 
vessel; you will cruise up the New River to dock for an on-shore all- 
you-can-eat barbeque ribs and chicken and steamed shrimp feast, 
followed by a hilarious, professional vaudeville revue, and a sing-a-long 
on the return cruise to Bahia Mar Yacht Center; the trip is a delightful 
marine exploration of the plush residential waterways of Fort 
Lauderdale. 

The magnificent Dealer’s Bourses are scheduled for Friday evening 
and Saturday afternoon. Imagine a "Sheller’s Mall," with 20-30 
national and international dealers displaying their common-to-rare 
specimen shells, shell fabrics, shell art, shell books, and other shelling 
items for your perusal and purchase if you so desire — and who can 
resist? Nowhere else will you find as many dealers, devoted to making 
your most elusive shell dreams come true — all at the same time and in 
the same place! These dealers, with their tempting and tantalizing 
treats, are an important part of the convention. Again, we have 
arranged for a separate, locked Bourse Room, actually located within 
view of the hotel’s security station. 

C.O.A.’s annual auction of donated shells will take place Thursday 
evening, following time for preview of the items up for bid. Last year, 
175 lots brought over $2,500 in proceeds, which help fund the 
publication of the association’s Bulletin , and the C.O.A. "Grand 
Trophy" awards, presented at over 25 shell shows around the United 
States and overseas. Hundreds of specimen shells, including some of 
great rarity and sophistication, will find new adoptive "homes" at 
incredible savings! Dealers and generous shellers are requested to 
send their donations, preferably with accurate locality data and 
estimated value, to Mrs. Peggy Fox, 661 S.E. 6th Terrace, Pompano 
Beach, FL 33060. Any and all contributions will be greatly 
appreciated, and contributors will be acknowledged in the convention 
souvenir program booklet and in the auction catalog. Peggy will also 
welcome shell books, gift certificates, and additional shell-related items 
to be given away as door prizes for arrival no later than June 15, to 
allow time for the preparation of the catalog and booklet. 

A grand finale banquet will close the convention on Saturday night; 
Dr. Clyde Roper, Curator of the National Museum of Natural History 
(Smithsonian Institution), will be the guest speaker. Members of the 
Broward Shell Club are being mysterious about other events planned 
for the evening; we’ll simply have to attend to discover what surprises 
they have in store for us! 

Richard Goldberg, Vice President of the Conchologists of America, 
has recently contacted all United States shell clubs, inviting each club 
to elect or appoint a C.O.A. Representative. To encourage 
participation, the certified representative from each club will be given a 
$10 registration fee reduction at the Fort Lauderdale Convention. — 
Mary Ellen Akers <k Donald J. Young, Co-Chairmen, C.O.A. 
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Western Society of Malacologists & American Malacological Union 
Annual Meeting 


The Western Society of Malacologists Nineteenth Annual Meeting will be held jointly with the 
American Malacological Union. The meetings will be held in Monterey, California on July 1-6, 
1986, with much of the activity taking place at the Monterey Conference Center. 

W.S.M. President, Terrence M. Gosliner, wants to remind everyone that the shell and book auction 
will be a joint affair this year, with all proceeds divided equally between the W.S.M. and the A.M.U. 
Both organizations use the proceeds to finance publications and/or support symposiums for the 
meetings. Auctioneers will be Carole M. Hertz and Richard E. Petit. 

All donations of books or shells should be sent to either: Dr. James Nybakken, Moss Landing 
Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA 95039-0223 — or: Dr. Terrence Gosliner, Department of 
Invertebrate Zoology, California Academy of Sciences, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, 
California 94118. 

If you prefer to bring items to the meetings, please call Terry or Jim and let them know what 
items you are bringing so they may be listed for the auction. Terry may be reached at the 
California Academy of Sciences -- Telephone 415-221-5100. 

We hope to see you at the meetings this year. This is a really marvelous opportunity to see 
several hundred shell people together. People are expected from as far away as Australia and 
Europe. 


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CURRENT EVENTS 


Meetings & Shows 


1986 

2nd International Symposium on indo-PaciCc Marine 
Biology Guam, Truk & Ponape, Sponsored by the Western Society of 
Natur^ts, June 22 - July 9. Contact: David H. Montgomery, WSN 
Secretary, Biological Sciences Dept., California State Polytechnic 
University, San Luis Obispo, CA 93407. 

Crown Point Picnic June 22, Stoney Run County Park. Contact: 
Tide-ings. Box 462, Crown Point, IN 46307. 

Western Society of Malacologists 
American Malacological Union 

Joint Meeting, concurrent sessions, July 1-7, Monterey, California. 
Monterey Sheraton. Contact: Paula M. Mikkelsen, American 
MalacologictJ Union, Inc., c/o Harbor Branch Foundation, Inc., R.R. 1, 
Box 196, Ft. Pierce, FL 33450-9719. 

Conchologists of America Convention July I6-19, Fort 
Lauderdale, Florida. Contact: Mrs. Jean Redding, 1112 S.E. Third Ave., 
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316. Phone (305) 524-8929 home; (305) 525- 
1112 (business). Sheraton Yankee Trader Hotel (Attn. Rraervations), 
303 North Atlantic Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304. Phone (305) 467- 
1111 . 

National Marine Education Association, 1986 Annual 
Conference, August 4-9, John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Contact: Ohio Sea Grant Education Program, The Ohio State 
University, 059 Ramseyer Hall, Columbus, OH 43210, or call: 614-422- 
1078 

SCAMIT, Topic for August meeting — Bryozoa. Contact: Southern 
California Association of Marine Invertebrate Taxonomists, 3720 
Stephen White Drive, San Pedro, CA 90731. 

North American Paleontological Convention August 
12-15, Boulder, Colorado. Field trips are planned for Aug. 4-11 and 
Aug. 16-17, along with workshop>s and access to collections. Contact: 
Norman L. Gilinsky, Dept, of Geological Sciences, VPI and SU, 
Blacksburg, VA 24061 


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UnitaS Malacologica Ninth International Malacological 
Congress, August 31-September 6, Edinburgh, Scotland. Contact: 
Congress Office, Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, Scotland EHl IJF 

New Jersey Wings ’n Water Festival, September 20-21. 
Contact: The Wetlands Institute, Stone Harbor Blvd., Stone Harbor, 
New Jersey. Call (609) 368-1211. 

SCAMIT, November meeting topic — Ascidiacea. Contact: 
SCAMIT, 3720 Stephen White Dr., San Pedro, CA 90731. 

Western Society of Naturalists, December 27-30, University 
of Hawaii at Hilo. Dr. John Chan will be the local chairman. Contact: 
David H. Montgomery, WSN Secretary, Biological Sciences Dept., 
California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, CA 93407 


1987 

Third California Islands Symposium, March 3-5. Contact: 
Dr. Eric Hochberg, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, 2559 
Puesta Del Sol Rd., Santa Barbara, CA 93105, Phone: (805) 682-4711. 

Western Society of Naturalists, December 27-30, California 
State University, Long Beach, California. Dr. Don Reish will be the 
local chairman. 

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of please excuse us, and send the information. We 
welcome individual club meeting notices. Public 
events only, please; commercial events should use 
our directory advertising. Send information as 
early as you can and update us as the event nears. 
Listings are on a space available basis with the 
earliest events given priority. We would especially 
like to hear of overseas shows and meetings. Thanks 
to Donald Dan for keeping us informed oT many of 
these dates. 

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INTRODUCTION 


Lamarcks System of Conchology, which is contained in his “ Histoire 
Naturelle des A nimaux sans Vertlhres,” is now almost universally adopted 
among Naturalists; but that work being destitute of Graphic Illustrations, 
is rendered exceedingly difficult of comprehension to those who are not inti- 
mately acquainted with the science. The only means which are given for its 
attainment are written descriptions and numerous references to voluminous 
and expensive works: the former are frequently rendered inefficient, from 
the minute distinctions that characterize many of the genera; and the latter 
are seldom available, the works referred to being difficult of access to the 
student. It is the object of the present Elementary Treatise to remove 
these difficulties, by presenting a concise description of the various Classes, 
Orders, Families, and Genera composing the System, accompanied with Illus- 
trations of characteristic and generally well known Species, drawn from na- 
ture, either from my own Cabinet or from those of obliging friends, and, 
where it has not been possible to meet with specimens, from the best printed 
authorities. 


This work being chiefly graphic, I have purposely omitted the various 
classes of animals, having found it impossible to supply the requisite in- 
formation; but descriptions of them will be found in Lamarck’s Histoire 
Naturelle, before mentioned, or in Dubois’ Epitome of Lamarck’s Arrange- 


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IV 


ment of Testacea,” whose Comparative and Synoptic Tables of the Systems 
of Linnaeus and Lamarck, together with his judicious observations, will 
afford the greatest assistance. 

Those Genera which are only to be found in the Fossil state are described 
in their natural arrangement, but are brought together in the last two plates, 
for the convenience of easy reference. 

Some apology may be deemed necessary for the delay which has occurred 
in producing this work so long after its announcement; to those who are 
acquainted with the vexatious casualties of Lithographic printing, it will 
be unnecessary ; but to those who are not, it may be proper to state, that 
many of the drawings, from the breaking of the stones, and other accidents, 
have been redrawn three or four times over; these and the delays occasion- 
ally experienced in procuring specimens of some of the rarer Genera must 
be my excuse. 

I CANNOT omit this opportunity of returning my best thanks to Mrs. 
Mawe, Mr. G. B. Sowerby, and Mr. J. D. C. Sowerby, for their kind as- 
sistance in furnishing me with many specimens from their rich and exten- 
sive Cabinets ; also to J. G. Children, Esq. for his polite attention in allow- 
ing me access to the collection of the British Museum. 

To avoid repetitions in the following pages, where the authority is not 
mentioned, the specimens have been taken from my own Cabinet. 

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ANNULATA 


Forms the Ninth Class of Lamarck's Division of Animal Nature. 


SEDENTARY ANNULATA 


Composes the Third Order of the above Class. They are usually found attached to 
marine substances, and inhabit membranous or horny tubes ; more or less incrusted with 
grains of sand or fragments of shells ; or are solid, calcareous, and homogeneous : and are 
divided into Four Families, viz. — Dorsalia, Maldania, Amphitritea, and Serpulea. 


DORSALIA . — 2 Genera. 

Arenicola. — H as no shell. 

SiLiQUARiA. — Shell tubular, irregularly twisted, tapering towards the posterior end, which 
is sometimes spiral; anterior extremity open; and a longitudinal subarticulated 
fissure throughout its whole length, 

Plate I. Fig. 1. S. anguina. (Serpula anguina. — Linnaeus.) 


MALDANIA 2 Genera. 

Clvmene. — Tube slender, open at both ends, the exterior incrusted with sand and pieces 
of shells. 

[I have not been able to procure a Figure of the Clymene amphistonta; of wliich species only the genus 
is composed.] 

Dentalium. — Tube testaceous, nearly regular, slightly curved, gradually tapering to- 
wards the posterior end, open at both extremities. 

(а) Tube with longitudinal ribs or stria;. 

Plate I. Fig. 3. D. clephantinum. (Idem. — Linnaeus.) [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 

(б) Tube smooth, or without ribs or strice. 

Plate I. Fig. 2. D. politum. (Idem. — Linnaeus.) [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 


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AMPHITRITEA 4 Genera. 

Pectinaria. — Tube membranous, or papyraceous, arenaceous, in shape of a reversed 
cone, not fixed. 

Plate I. Fig. 4. P. Belgica. 

Sabellaria. — Tubes numerous, united in a common mass, composed of agglutinated frag- 
ments of shells and sand; the orifices cup-shaped. 

Plate I. Fig. 5. S. crassissima. 

Terebella. — Tube elongated, cylindrical, attenuated and pointed at the base; mem- 
branous, with grains of sand and fragments of shells adhering round it: open on- 
ly at the apex. 

Plate 1. Fig. 6. T. conchilega. 

AMPHiXRixE.^Tube elongated, cylindrical, posterior extremity attenuated, membranous 
or coriaceous ; the exterior generally naked. 

Plate I. Fig. 7. A. ventilabrum. (Sabella peuicillus. — Lina.) [Icon.— Joum. Sci. XIV. pi. iii. fig. 6 ] 

SERPULEA. 5 Genera. 

Spirorbis. — Tube testaceous, turned into an orbicular spire, discoidal; the lower surface 
flat, and fixed. 

Plate I. Fig. 8. S. carinata. 

Serpula. — Tubes solid, calcareous, irregularly twisted, grouped or solitary, fixed; the 
aperture terminal, round, very plain. 

Plate I. Fig. 9. S. decussata. (Idem. — Uinn.) 

Vermilia. — Tube testaceous, cylindrical, gradually lessening to the posterior end, more 
or less twisted, and fixed at the base to marine substances. Aperture round, the 
margin armed with from one to three teeth. 

Plate I. Fig. 10. V. triquetra. (Serpula triquetra.— Linn.) 

Galeolaria. — Tubes testaceous, very numerous, cylindrical, rather angular, raised, wa- 
vy, crowded and matted together, fixed at the base, the upper end open. Aper- 
ture orbicular ; the margin terminating in a projecting point. Operculum orbi- 
cular, galeiform, the upper part armed with from five to nine testaceous valves, 
which are fixed to its margin; the middle one linear, truncate, and larger than 
the others. 

Plate II. Fig. 1. G. recumbens. Natural size. (Sowerby.) 

2. Aperture and Operculum magnified. 

Magilus. — The base of the shell turned into a short, oval, snail-like spire ; the last four 
whorls contiguous, convex; the last larger than the others, and lengthening into 
an erect, wavy, elongated tube. Tube convex above, carinated beneath, plaited, 
and rather depressed at the sides; the plaits lamellated, crowded, undulated, ver- 
tical, thicker on one side of the tube than on the other. 

Plate I. Fig. 11. M. antiquus. [Mr. Dubois’s Cab.] 


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CIRRHIPEDA. 


S/iell sessile or elevated, on a flexible, tendinous pedicle; mnltivahe ; sometimes moveable, 
sometimes flxcd; the inside covered by the Mantle oj the Animal. 


The CIRRHIPEDA are divided into Two Orders Sessile Cirrhipeda, and 

Pedunculated Cirrhipeda. 


ORDER I SESSILE CIRRHIPEDA* — 6 Genera. 

THE Shells of this Order are fixed on marine bodies. 

Tubicinella. — Shell univalve, operculated, tubular, erect, a little attenuated towards 
the base, bound with annular transverse ribs, truncated at both ends, open at the 
summit, and closed at the base with a membrane. Operculum with four obtuse 
valves. 

Plate I. Fig. 12. T. balsenarum. 

CoKONULA. — Shell sessile, apparently indivisible, suborbicular, conoidal or blunt-conical, 
the extremities truncated, the sides very thick, the inside hollowed into radiating 
cells. Operculum composed of four obtuse valves. 

Plate I. Fig. 13. (a) C. baltenaris. Upper-side. (Lepas balaenaris. — Linn.) 

(i) Inside. 

Balanus. — Shell sessile, fixed, conical, summit truncated, closed at the base by an ad- 
hering testaceous lamina. Aperture subtriangular, or elliptical. Operculum inter- 
nal, quadrivalve, the valves moveable, inserted near the base of the inside of the 
shell. 

Plate I. Fig. 14. B. radiatus. 

Acasta. — Shell sessile, oval, subconical, composed of separable pieces : cone formed of 
six unequal lateral valves united together ; the base a lamina or orbicular valve, 
concave on the inside, resembling a patella or little cup. Operculum quadrivalve. 

Plate I. Fig. 15. A. Montagui. 


• Lamarck has erroneously separated this Order into Two Divisions — Operculum quadrivalve, and Oper. 
culum bivalve. Sowerby has shewn, in his Genera, that the whole are quadrivalve. 

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Ckeusia. — Shell sessile, fixed, orbicular, convex-conical, quadrivalve : valves unequal, 
united together, sutures distinct. Operculum internal, quadrivalve. 

Plate I. Fig. 16. (a) C. verruca. Outside. (Lepas verruca. — Linn.) 

(A) Inside. 

PvRGOM.a. — Shell sessile, univalve, rather globular, ventricose, convex above; apex per- 
forated: aperture small, elliptical. Operculum quadrivalve. 

Plate 1. Fig. 17. (a) P. crenata. Outside. 

(i) Inside. 


ORDER II PEDUNCULATED CIRRHIPEDA. 

THE body is supported by a moveable, tubular pedicle, having the base fixed on ma- 
rine substances — This order consists of Two Divisions, viz. 1. The shell composed of 
contiguous pieces. 2 . The shell composed of distant pieces. 

Division 1. — SAeli composed of Contiguous Pieces 2 Genera. 

Anatifeka. — Shell compressed at the sides, composed of five valves, which are contigu- 
ous and unequal ; the lower side valves the greatest. 

Plate I. Fig. 18. A. laevis. (Lepas anatifera. — Linn.) 

PoLLiciPES. — Shell compressed at the sides, multivalve, valves rather contiguous, une- 
qual; in number, thirteen or more: the lower side valves smallest. 

Plate I. Fig. 19. P. cornucopia. (Lepas pollicipes.— Linn.) 

Division 2 — Shell composed of Distant Pieces 2 Genera. 

CiNERAs. — Shell composed of five testaceous oblong valves, separate, not covering the 
whole of the body : two at the sides of the aperture ; the others on the back. 

Plate II. Fig. 3. C. vittata. [Icon Wood’s Conch. Tab. XII. Fig. 2.] 

Otion. — Shell composed of two* testaceous small semi-lunate separate valves, adhering 
near the sides of the aperture. 

Plate II. Fig. 4. O. Cuvieri. (Lepas aiirita. — Linn.) [Icon. — Wood’s Conch. Tab. XII. Fig. 4.] 


• This Shell has sometimes five testaceous valves; sometimes two testaceous, and tliree horny valves. 

Vule SoKeiby’s Gtutia . 


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CONCHIFERA. 


Shell ahvays bivalve, wholly or partly covering the Animal; sometimes free, sometimes 
fixed: the valves mostly jomed at the margin by a hmge or ligament. The shell is 
sometimes erdarged by testaceous, accessory jneces, not belonging to the valves. 


This class is divided into Two Orders, viz. Conchifera Binuisculosa, and Conchifera 

Unimusculosa. 


ORDER I CONCHIFERA BIMUSCULOSA. 

THE shell presents, in the interior, tw'O separate and lateral muscular impressions ; this 
order is divided into Four Sections, viz. C. crassipeda, C. tenuipeda, C. lamellipeda, and 
C. amhigna or the Chamacea 

SECTION 1 CONCHIFERA CllASSlPEUA. 

Shell gaping at the sides when shut. 

This section contains Four Families Tubicolaria, Pholadaria, Solenacea, and Myaria. 

TUBICOLARIA.—d Genera. 

Aspergillum.— Sheath tubular, testaceous, gradually attenuating to the anterior end, 
which is open ; the other extremity larger, and club-shaped ; having two valves 
incrusted on one side of the club. The disk at the end of the club, convex, and 
perforated with subtubular holes, having a fissure in the centre. 

Plate II. Fig-. 5. A. .lavantun. (Scrpula penis. — Linn.) [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 

(). Front view of the disk. 

Clavagella. — Sheath tubular, testaceous; the anterior end attenuated and open, the 
))Osterior club-shaped, ovate, and rather compressed with spinous tubes ; one valve 
fixed in the side of the club, the other free in the tube. 

Plate II. Fig. 7. (a) C. aperta. (Sowerhy.) [British Miiscnrn.] 

(41 The free valve. 


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Fistulana. — Sheath tubular, mostly testaceous; the posterior closed and turgid; the 
other end attenuated and open at the summit, inclosing a free bivalve shell; 
the valves of which are equal, and gape when closed. 

Plate II. Fig. 8. F. grejata. 

(o) One of the bivalves. 

(ft) One of the side valves. 

Sept ARIA. — Tube testaceous and very long, gradually diminishing towards the anterior 
end ; the interior divided by arched partitions, usually incomplete : the anterior 
extremity terminated by two other slender tubes, which are not divided inter- 
nally. 

Plate II. Fig. 9. S. arenaria. (Serpula polythalamia. — Linn.) 

Teredina. — Sheath testaceous, tubular, cylindrical; the posterior extremity closed, 
shewing the two valves of the shell; the anterior end open. 

Plate XXL Fig. 1. T. personata. Fossil. 

Teredo. — Tube testaceous, cylindrical, flexuous, open at both ends, not belonging to 
the shell, and covering the animal. Shell bivalve, situated posteriorly on the out- 
side of the tube. 

Plate II. Fig. 10. T. navalis. The testaceous tube. (Idem.— Linn.) 

(a) One of the bivalves. 

(ft) One of the terminating side valves. 

(c) A section of the anterior part of the tube. 


PHOLADARIA 2 Genera. 

Shell without a tubular sheath, having accessory pieces which do not belong to the valves, and gapes 

anteriorly. Ligament external. 

Pholas. — Shell bivalve, equivalve, transverse, gaping at both sides, having various acces- 
sory testaceous pieces, affixed above or below the hinge. The inferior or poste- 
rior margin of the valves reflected outwards. 

Plate II. Fig. II. P. Candida. (Idem. — Linn.) 

Gastrocilena. — Shell bivalve, equivalve, rather wedge-shaped, gaping very much; the 
anterior aperture large, oval, oblique ; scarcely any aperture posteriorly. Hinge 
linear, marginal, without teeth. 

Plate II. Fig. 12. (a) G. modiolina. Front view. 

(ft) Back view. 

SOLENACEA 3 Genera. 

Shell without accessory pieces, and gaping only at the lateral extremities. Ligament external. 

SoLEN. — Shell bivalve, equivalve, transversely elongated ; gaping at both sides ; beaks 
very small, not projecting. Cardinal teeth small, the number variable, sometimes 
none; rarely diverging; more rarely inserted in pits. Ligament external. 


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al-Abdul-Razzak, F.H.Y. 1984. Mar- 
ine Resources of Kuwait. Routledge & 
Kegan Paul, Boston, xii + 243 pages, photos, tables, 
maps, cloth, d/w. Dr al-Abdul-Razz^ begins with 
a discussion of Kuwait’s physical characteristics, 
population and economic growth. She then 
analyses the historical importance of the Kuwaiti 
marine sector and both the foreign and invisible 
trade of Kuwait. Chapters seven, eight and nine 
discuss the fishing and shipping industries and 
freshwater and other marine resources. ISBN 0- 
7103-0069-7 - NEW $55. 

Al-Asfour, T.A. 1982. Changing sea- 
level along the north coast of Kuwait 

Bay. Kegan Paul International Ltd, Boston, xv 
+ 186 pages, cloth, d/w, halftone & color illustra- 
tions, fold-out maps, tables. Dr Al-Asfour begins 
with a brief summary of the relevant literature on 
the Gulf and adjacent areas, the physical character- 
istics and the structural stability of the head of the 
Gulf as well as evidence of sea-level changes around 
it. Geology, physical geography and geomorphic 
evolution are discussed. ISBN 0-7103-0010-7 - 

NEW $50. 

Amos, W.H. & S.H. Amos 1985. The 
Audubon Society nature guides. 
Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. Chanticleer 
Press, New York, 670 pages, color, halftone ic line 
illustrations, softbound. "A comprehensive field 
guide, fully illustrated with color photographs, to 
the birds, plants, seashore creatures, fishes, whales, 
and other natural wonders of North America’s east- 
ern shores, from the St. Lawrence to the Gulf of 
Mexico. ISBN 0-394-73109-3 - NEW $14.95 

Austin, W.C. & M.M. Deutsch 1978. 
Marine Biota of the NE Pacific: A 
Bibliography Emphasizing Syste- 
matics and Distribution. Khoyatan 
Marine Laboratory, 350 pages, 12,000 references. - 

NEW $33. 

Austin, W.C. 1985. An Annotated 
Checklist of Marine Invertebrates in 
the Cold Temperate Northeast 
Pacific. 3 Volumes. Khoyatan Marine 
Laboratory, xiv + 682 pages, plastic wire binding, 
8-1/2 X 11". This is a huge listing of all the inverte- 
brate ^ups — in systematic order. The list is to 
be maintained and updated by Austin so we may 
look forward to additional information as time goes 
by. Everyone who works with the fauna fixim 
northern California north should have this set for 
their basic guidebook. - NEW $50. 

Azuma, M. 1982. Colored Illustrations 
of the Land Snails of Japan. 

Hoikusha Publishing Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan, 333 
pages, 64 colored plates, hundreds of text figures & 
halftones, cloth, plastic d/w, slipcase. ISBN 4-586- 
30061-2 - NEW $45. 

Bemert, G. & R. Ormond 1981. Red 

Sea Coral Reefs. Routledge & Kegan Paul, 
Boston, 192 pages, cloth, d/w, color photos 
throughout. The coastline of the Red Sea is fringed 
with coral reefs of dazzling beauty and teeming 


marine life. Written for both the general reader 
^d as a guide for those already diving in the area, 
the authors explain some of the biology of the seem- 
ingly endless variety of corals, fishes and other mar- 
ine life and explain the principles by which the coral 
reef as a whole works. Beautiful book, excellent pho- 
tograph with many moUusks and other inverts- 
brates. ISBN 0-7103-0007-7 - NEW $45. 

Blount, S. 1985. Diving and Snorkel- 
ing Guide to the Bahamas, Nassau 
and New Providence Island. Pisces 

Books, New York, 64 pages, soft cover, color photos 
throughout. ISBN 0-86636-030-1 - NEW $9.95 

Blount, S. & H. Taylor 1984. The Joy 
of Snorkeling. The Photographic Book Co., 
New York, 112 pages, softbound, Color and halftone 
illustrations. "An ^sential guide to exploring the 
exciting world beneath the sea. THE JOY OF 
SNORKELING gives you all the practical advice 
you need to begin snorkeling on your next vacation 
or trip to the beach." ISBN 0-86636-020-4 - 

NEW $9.50 

Bower, S. & B. Nyden 1984. Diving 
and Snorkeling Guide to the Virgin 
Islands. Pisces Books, New York, 64 pages, soft 
cover, color photos throughout. ISBN 0-86(636- 
032-8 - NEW $9.95 

Brow, D. 1982. Sea of Cortez Guide. 

Western Marine Enterprises, Inc., Ventura, 
California, 272 pages, color soft cover, 115 photos, 
96 charts, Spanish-Engllsh dictionary of fishing & 
boating woii & phrases. ISBN 0-930030-26-5 - 
NEW $20. 

Cate, J.M. & S. Raskin 1986. It’s Easy 
to Say Crepidulcd A Phonetic Guide to Pro- 
nunciation of the Scientific Names of Sea Shells and 
a Glossary of Terms Frequently Used in Malaco- 
logy. Pretty Penny Press, Inc., Santa Monica, 
California. 155 pages, 8-1/2 x 11", softbound, ISBN 
0-938509-00-4 - NEW $19.95 

Chalmers-Hunt, J.M. 1976. Natural 
History Auctions 1700-1972. A Reg- 
ister of Sales in the British Isles. 
Sotheby Park Bemet, London, 189 pages, 
illus., tbl., cloth, d/w. ISBN 0-85667-021-9 - 
NEW $45. 

Coan, E. 1981. James Graham 
Cooper. Pioneer Western Naturalist. 

University Press of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, 255 
pages, soft cover, illustrations. ISBN 0-89301-071-5 

- $12.95 

Coe, W.R. 1972. Starfishes, Serpent 
Stars, Sea Urchins and Sea Cucum- 
bers of the Northeast. Dover, New York, 
152 pages, line &. halftone illustrations, softbound, - 

$7.50 

Douglass, J.L. & J. Douglass 1985. A 
Field Guide to Shells Coloring Book. 
Peterson Field Guide. Houghton-Mifiiin 
Company, Boston, 64 pages + 6 pages color, soft 
cover. ISBN 0-395-37703-X - NEW $3.95 

Eschmeyer, W.N. & E.S. Herald 1983. 
A Field Guide to Pacific Coast Fishes 
of North America from the Gulf of Alaska to 
Baja Califomia. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, 
336 pages, color Sc line illustrations, Softbound. 
ISBN 0-395-33188-9 - NEW $12.95 

Farley, M. & C. Royer 1980. Scuba 


Equipment Care and maintenance. 

Marcor Publishing, Port Hueneme, Califomia, 176 
pages, halftone & line illustrations, soft cover. ISBN 

0-932248-01-2 - NEW $9.95 

Galbraith, R. & T. Boehler 1974. Sub- 
tidal Marine Biology of California. 

Naturegraph, Healdsburg, Califomia, 128 pages, 
softbound, 15 color plates, halftones, line drawings. 
ISBN 0-87961-027-1 cloth $9.95; ISBN 0-87961- 
026-3 paper $4.95 

Giambaraba, P. 1966. Cape Cod Sea- 
shore Life. Scrimsaw Press, Barre, 
Massachusetts, 80 pages, illustrated, soft cover. - 

$7. 

Giwojna, P. 1978. Marine Hermit 

Crabs. TFH Publications, Inc., Neptune, New 
Jersey, 128 pages, soft cover, color photos through- 
out, ISBN 0-87666-471-0 - $15. 

Grant, U.S., IV & H.R. Gale 1931. 
Catalogue of the Marine Pliocene 
and Pleistocene MoHusca of Cali- 
fornia and Adjacent Regions. With 

Notes on Their Morphology, Classification, and 
Nomenclature and a Special Treatment of the Pec- 
tinidae and the Turridae (Including a Few Miocene 
and Recent Species). Together with a Summary of 
the Stratigraphic Relations of the Formations 
Involved. Memoirs of the San Diego Society of Nat- 
ural History. Volume I. 1036p., 32pls. This is an 
original copy (not reprint) in boards, 4to, cover 
scuffed and coming loose, contents good. - $140. 

Grant, U.S., IV & L.G. Hertlein 1938. 
The West American Cenozoic Echino- 

idea. University of Califomia Press, Berkeley, 
Califomia, 1967 reprint, 225p., 30 plS., 15 
figs., soft cover. - $30. 

Halas, J., J. Halas & D. Kincaid 1984. 
Diving and Snorkeling Guide to the 
Florida Keys. Pisces Books, New York, 64 
pages, soft cover, color photos throughout. ISBN 0- 
86636-031-X - NEW $9.95 

Hale, H.M. 1927-1929. The Crusta- 
ceans of South Australia. Parts I & 

11. South Australia Government Printer, Reprint 
1976, 380 pages, soft cover, 365 figures & photos. - 

NEW $20. 

Hall, H. 1982. Howard Hall’s guide to 
Successful Underwater Photography 
a new approach. Marcor Publishing, Port 
Hueneme, C^omia, 189 pages, color, halftone & 
line illustrations, soft cover. "Now, Howard Hall has 
written a book telling everyone a way to take 
underwater photographs that’s better than any 
other way and in a language that’s clear, to the 
point, and easily understood." ISBN 0-932248-03-9 

- NEW $14.95 

Hauser, H. 1984. Skin diver maga- 
zine’s book of fishes. Photographic Book 
Co., New York, 192 pages, full color photos 
throughout, cloth, d/w. "Here you will find Illus- 
trated and described all the fish most fi-equently 
seen by divers and snorkelers around the world...." 

ISBN 0-86636-021-2 - NEW $24.95 

Hobson, E. & E.H. Chave 1985. Haw- 
aiian Reef Animals. The University Press of 
Hawaii, 136 pages, soft cover, color photos through- 
out. ISBN 0-8248-0653-0 - NEW $15.95 


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Horsman, P.V. 1985. The Seafarer’s 
Guide to Marine Life. Croom Helm, Lon- 
don, 256 pages, color & halftone illustrations. Cloth, 
d/w, "This hook enables anyone to identify the 
animals and plzuits that are likely to be seen from 
ships, yachts and fishing vessels. Based on the 
author's own experience at sea, as well as on 
observations that seafarers have made and recorded 
in logbooks over the years, the book offers copious 
notes, drawings, photographs and maps to help 
identification., ISBN 0-7099-3715-6 - NEW 

$29.95 

Kandel, E.R. 1979. Behavioral 
Biology of Aplysia. W.H. Freeman and 
Company, San Francisco, 463 pages, halftone and 
line illustrations. Absolutely highest quality 
information on moUuscan biology and neurobiology. 
ISBN 0-7167-1070-6 - $40. 

Kaufman, J. 1985. Slimy, Creepy, 
Crawly Creatures. Western Publishing, 
Inc., Racine, Wisconsin, 46 pages, color illustrations, 
hardbound. ISBN 0-307-15776-8 - NEW $7.95 

Kessler, D.W. 1985. Alaska’s saltwater 
fishes and other sea life. Alaska North- 
west Publishing Co., Anchorage, Alaska, 350 pages, 
300+ color photos, line illustrations, softbound. "A 
field guide for scientists, students and laymen, this 
book represents fifteen years of trawl-survey 
research in the Gulf of Alaska and the southern 
Bering Sea. Color photoe of live specimens, taken 
under controlled conditions, diagrams and text 
emphasize distinguishing characteristics of 370 spe- 
cies, many of them never before identified and pho- 
tographed. Easy to use. Full scientific and com- 
mon name indexes, gloesary, bibliography. THE 
definitive guide and text to Alaskan marine life." 
ISBN 0-88240-302-8 - NEW $19.95 

Kosuge, S. & M. Suzuki 1985. Illus- 
trated Catalogue of Latiaxis and its 
related groups, institute of Malacology, Spe- 
cial Publication No. 1., Tokyo, 83 pages, 50 plates 
(24 in color), soft cover. - NEW $25. 

Kunhardt, E. [illustrations: F. Reid] 
1984. Giant Sea Creatures. Western 
Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin, 45 pages, color 
illustrations, hard cover. ISBN 0-307-12507-6 - 

NEW $4.95 

Lewbel, G.S. 1984. Diving and Snor- 
keling Guide to Bonaire and Curacao 
including information on Aruba. 
Pisces Books, New York, 64 pages, soft cover, color 
photoe throughout. ISBN 0-86636-035-2 - NEW 

$9.95 

Lewbel, G.S. & L.R. Martin 1984. 
Diving and Snorkeling Guide to 
Cozumel. Pisces Books, New York, 64 pages, 
soft cover, color photoe throughout. ISBN 0-86636- 
033-6 - NEW $9.95 

Lincoln, R.J. & J.G. Sheals 1979. 
Invertebrate Animals. Collection & 
Preservation. British Museum (N.H.), Cam- 
bridge University Press, London, 150 pages, soft 
cover, illustrations. ISBN 0-521-29677-3 - $15. 

Major, A. 1974. Collecting World Sea 

Shells. Arco Publishing Company Inc., 187 
pages, cloth, d/w, color photos & line iUustrations. 
ISBN 0-668-03387-0 - NEW $18.70 

Marshall, B.A. 1983. A Revision of the 
Recent Triphoridae of Southern 

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Australia. Records of the Australian 
Museum, Supplement 2, 119p., 33 figs., softbound 
210x283mm. - NEW $31.50 

Maye, P. 1974. Fieldbook of Nature 

Photography. Sierra Club Books, San 
Francisco, 209 pages, color & B&W illustrations, 
softbound. ISBN 87156-085-2 - NEW $7.95 

McConnaughey, B.H. & E. McConn- 
aughey 1985. The Audubon Society 
Nature Guides. Pacific Coast. Alfred 
A. Knopf, New York, 633 pages, color photos Ic line 
illustrations, softbound. "A comprehensive field 
guide, fully illustrated with color photographs, to 
the birds, plants, seashore creatures, fishes, whales, 
and other natural wonders of North America’s west- 
ern shore, firjm Alaska to southern California. 

ISBN 0-394-73130-1 - NEW $14.95 
Miller, T. & E. Baxter 1982. The Baja 

Book II. Baja Trail Publications, Inc., 
Huntington Beach, California, 180 pages, soft cover, 
pull-out table, illustrations, map)3. ISBN 0-914622- 
03-5 - NEW $9.95 

Natural World Press 198?. Guide to 
Hawaiian Shells. 6 x 9" plastic card with 52 
Hawaiian mollusks illustrated. - NEW $2.75 

Natural World Press 1987. Guide to 
Tidepool and Shallow-Water Inverte- 
brates of Hawaii. 6 x 9” plastic card with 32 
invertebrates illustrated in color. - NEW $2.75 

O’Connor, M & N. Coleman 1985. 
Poetry in Pictures. The Great Barrier 

Reef. Hale Ic Iremonger Pty Limited, Sydney, 
Australia, 80 pages, cloth, d/w, color photoe 
throughout. ISBN 0-86806-207-3 - $10. 

Ponder, W.F. 1985. A Review of the 
Genera of the Rissoidae (Mollusca: 
Mesogastropoda: Rissoaceak Records 

of the Australian Museum, Supplement 4, 221p., 
153 figs., softbound 210x283mm - NEW $36. 

Rhodes, F.H.T., H.S. Zim & P.R. 
Shaffer 1982, Fossils. A guide to 

prehistoric life. Western Publishing Co., 
Inc., Racine, Wisconsin, 160 pages, 481 color illus- 
trations, soft bound. Golden Guide, ISBN 0-307- 
24411-3 - NEW $2.95 

Rhyne, N. 1985. The Grand Strand. 

An Uncommon Guide to Myrtle Beach and its Sur- 
roundings. Revised edition. Eastwoods Press, 
Charlotte, North Carolina, 123 pages, line & half- 
tone illustrations, Softbound, ISBN 0-^742-053-2 - 

NEW - $5.95 

Robins, C.R. & G.C. Ray 1986. A 
Field Guide to Atlantic Coast Fishes 
of North America. Houghton Mifflin Co., 
Boston, 354 pages, color & line illustrations, Soft- 
bound ISBN 0-395-39198-9 - NEW $14.95 

Roessler, C. 1986. Coral Kingdoms. 

Harry N. Abrams, New York, 216 pages, 250 full 
color photographs. "He takes us to the greatest coral 
kingdoms of the world: the Caribbean, the Red Sea, 
the Indian Ocean, the multitude of island groups in 
the South Pacific, the Galapagos, Baja CcJifomia, 
Hawaii, Australia, and New Zealand and its sur- 
rounding blands." Includes photos of the mollusks, 
invertebrates, fish and places. Gorgeous color pho- 
tographs. ISBN 0-8109-0774-7 - NEW $35. 


Roessler, C. 1984. Diving and Snor- 
keling Guide to Grand Cayman 
Island including Little Cayman and 
Cayman Brae. Pisces Books, New York, 64 
pages, soft cover, color photos throughout. ISBN 0- 
86636-034-4 - NEW $9.95 

Roessler, C. 1984. The Undersea 

Predators. Pisces Book Co., New York, 192 
pages, 200-1- full color photographs, cloth, d/w. 
"From tiny corals to enormous sharks, all creatures 
of the sea are predators. The exquisite colors and 
delicate forms of the underwater gardens that so 
enchant divers and snorkelers are deceptively tran- 
quil. Each color, each form is nothing more than a 
superb adaptation to enable that creature to trap 
unwary prey." ISBN 0-86636-038-7 - NEW $45. 

Scase, R. & E. Storey 1975. The World 

of Shells. Larousse & Co., Inc., New York, 106 
p^es, cloth, d/w, about 80 color photos. ISBN 0- 
88332-074-6 - $12. 

Scott, T.D., C.J.M Glover & R.V. 
Southcott 1974. The Marine and 
Freshwater Fishes of South Australia 
(Second Edition). Government Printer, 
South Australia, 1980 reprint edition, 393 pages, soft 
cover, color & halftone illustrations, waterproof 
paper. - $30. 

Seahawk Press 1987. Field Guide to 
Marine Invertebrates. 6 x 9" plastic card 
with about 50 invertebrates illustrated in color - 

NEW $4.95 

Seahawk Press 1987. Flshwatcher’s 

Field Guide. 6x9” plastic card with about 80 
Florida & Caribbean fish species illustrated in color. 

- NEW $4.95 

Seahawk Press 1987. Great Barrier 
Reef. Fishwatcher’s Field Guide. 6x9" 

plastic card with about 50 fish illustrated in color. - 

NEW $4.95 

Seahawk Press 1987. Red Sea. 
Fishwatcher’s Field Guide. 6x9" plastic 
card with about 70 fish illustrated in color. - NEW 

$4.95 

Seahawk Press 1987. Hawaii. Fish- 
watcher’s Field Guide. 6 x 9” plastic card 
with about 70 fish illustrated in color. - NEW 

$4.95 

Seahawk Press 1987. Shells. Beach- 
comber’s Field Guide. Tropical 
Atlantic, Caribbean and the Gulf of 
Mexico. 6 X 9" plastic card with about 60 shells 
illustrated in color. - NEW $4.95 

Shepherd, S.A. & I.M. Thomas 1982. 
Marine Invertebrates of Southern 
Australia. Part 1. South Australia Govern- 
ment Printer, 491 pages, soft cover, 32 color plates, 
many figures. - $28. 

Shirai, S. 1986. Ecological Encyclo- 
pedia of the Marine Animals of the 
Indo-Pacific. Volume 1 Vertebrata 
(Mammals • Reptiles • Fishes). Shin 
Nippon Tosho Co., Ltd. Tokyo, 352 pages, cloth, 
d/w, 1000-b full color photos. ISBN 88024-092-3 - 
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(o) The cardinal teeth contiguous to the anterior end. 

Plate II. Fig. 13. S. truncatus. (Dillwyn.) 

(6) The cardinal teeth a little removed from the anterior end. 

Plate II. Fig. 14. S. cultellus. (Idem. — Linn.) 

(c) The cardinal teeth nearer the middle than the anterior end. 

Plate II. Fig. 15. S. radiatus. (Idem. — Linn.) 

Panop.ca. — Shell equivalve, transverse, unequally gaping at the sides: one cardinal coni- 
cal tooth in each valve; and near it a short, compressed, ascending callosity, not 
projecting outwards. Ligament exterior, on the longest side of the shell, fixed 
to the callosities. 

Plate III. Fig. 1. P. Aldrovandi. (Mya glycymeris. — Gmelin.) [Mrs. Mawe’s Cab.] 

2. Hinge of ditto. 

Glycymeris. — Shell transverse, gaping much on each side; hinge callous, without teeth ; 
nymphae projecting outside. Ligament external. 

Plate III. Fig. 3. G. siliqua. (Mya siliqua. — Chem.) 

4. & 5. Inside of ditto. 


MYARIA. 2 Genera. 

Ligament internal; having one large spoon^shaped tooth in each valve or in one only ; to the cavity 
of which the ligament is attached. The shell gapes at one or both sides. 

Mya. — Shell bivalve, transverse, gaping at each end ; having one large cardinal tooth in 
the left valve, broadly compressed, rather rounded, and projecting almost verti- 
cally : a cardinal pit in the other valve. Ligament internal, inserted in the pro- 
minent tooth and the corresponding pit. 

Plate III. Fig. 6. M. trvmcata. (Idem. — Linn.) 

7. Inside, shewing the hinge of ditto.. 

Anatina. — SheD transverse, nearly equivalve, gaping at one or both sides; one naked, 
broad, spoon-shaped cardinal tooth, projecting internally in each valve, and re- 
ceiving the ligament. In many species, a lamina or falcated rib runs obliquely be- 
low the cardinal teeth. 

Plate IV. Fig. 1. (o) A. myalis. (Mya declivis. — Pennant.) 

(5) Hinge of ditto. 


SECTION II CONCHIFERA TENUIPEDA. 

The lateral gaping inconsiderable. 

The shells of this section compose Four Families, which are separated into Two Divisions, 
viz. — 1. Mactracea and Corbulea, having the ligament internal, with or without any 

external ligament. And, 2, Lithophaga and Nymphacea, having the ligament 

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Division' I Ligament intehnai., with or witiiolt any external Ligament. 

MACTRACEA 7 Genera. 

Shell equ'u alve, mostly gaqnng at the lateral extremities. Ligament internal, ivith or without amj ex- 
ternal ligament, 

I — The Ligament almays internal. 

(1) Shells gaping at the sides, 

Lutraria. — ^Shell inequilateral, transversely oblong or rounded, lateral extremities gap- 
ing: hinge with one tooth folded in two; or two teeth, one of which is simple, 
with an adjoining, deltoid, oblique pit, projecting inwards; no lateral teetb. Li- 
gament internal, affixed in the pits. 

(а) Shells transversely oblong, 

Plate IV. Fin-. 2. (n) L. elliptica. (Mactra lutraria. — Gmel.) 

(J) Hini'e of ditto. 

(б) Shells orbicular, or subtriangular. 

Plate I\'. Fig. '0. L. comprcssa. (.Mactra Listeri. — Gmel.) 

Mactra. — Shell transverse, inequilateral, subtriangular, gaping very little at the sides; 
beaks prominent. One compressed folded cardinal tooth in each value, with an 
adjoining pit projecting inwards ; two compressed entering lateral teeth, near the 
hinge. Ligament internal, inserted in the cardinal pits. 

Plate H'. Fig. 4. (a) M. sttiltorum. (Idem. — Linn.) 

(b) Hinge of ditto. 

(2) Shells not gapmg at the sides, 

Crassatella, — Shell inequilateral, suborbicular or transverse, the valves close: two ra- 
ther diverging cardinal teeth, and a pit by the side of them. Ligament internal, 
inserted in the pit of each valve: lateral teeth, none; or obsolete. 

Plate I\ . Fig. 5. (a) C. kingicola. [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 

(A) Inside of ditto. 

Erycina. — Shell transverse, rather inequilateral, equivalve, rarely gaping: two unequal, 
diverging cardinal teeth, having a pit between them; and two oblong compressed, 
short, entering lateral teeth. Ligament internal, fixed in the pits. 

Plate n . Fig. 6. (a) E. striata. (Sowerby.) 

(A) Inside of ditto. 

D — Liga.ment sheaving itself on the outside, or being double ; has one internal, 

THE OTHER EXTERNAL. 

Lngulin.a. — Shell longitudinal or transverse, rounded on the upper part, subequilateral ; 
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valve; with an oblong, marginal, adjoining pit, divided in two by a contraction. 
Ligament internal, inserted in the pits. 

Plate IV. Fig. 7. («) U. transversa. Natural size. [Brit. Mus.] 

(J) Magnified view of the Hinge. 

SoLENi.MYA. — Shell inequilateral, equivalve, transversely oblong, the extremities obtuse; 
the epidermis shining, and extending beyond the margin. Beaks not prominent, 
scarcely distinct. One cardinal tooth in each valve, dilated, compressed, and ve- 
ry oblique; rather concave above, to receive the ligament, which is partly internal, 
and partly external. 

Plate IV'. Fig. 8. (a) S. IMediterranea. [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 

(i) Inside of ditto. 

Amphidesma.— Shell transverse, inequilateral, suhovate or rounded, sometimes gaping a 
little at the sides : hinge having one or two teeth, and a narrow pit for the internal 
ligament. Ligament double ; one external, short ; the other internal, fixed in the 
cardinal pits. 

Plate IV. Fig. 9. (a) A. reticulatum. (Sowerby’s Genera.) (Tellina reticulata. — Linn.) 

(i) Inside of ditto. 

CORBULEA 2 Genera. 

Shell inequivalve. Ligament interior. 

CoRBULA. — Shell regular, inequivalve, inequilateral, closed, or very slightly gaping. One 
large conical, curved, ascending tooth in each valve, with a pit beside it: no late- 
ral teeth. Ligament internal, inserted in the pits. 

Plate V. Fig. 1. (a) C. porcina. 

(i) Hinge of ditto. 

Pandora. — Shell regular, inequivalve, inequilateral, transversely oblong; upper valve 
fiat, and the lower convex. Two oblong, diverging, unequal, cardinal teeth in the 
uj)per valve ; two oblong pits in the other. Ligament internal. 

Plate V. Fig. 2. (a) P. rostrata. (Tellina inequivalvis. — Linn.) 

(i) Inside of ditto. 

LITHOPHAGA. — S Genera. 

Boring Shells, without accessory pieces or sheath, and more or less gaping at their anterior side. 

Ligament of the valves external. 

Saxicava. — Shell bivalve, transverse, inequilateral; gaping anteriorly at the superior 
margin : hinge almost without teeth. Ligament external. 

Plate V^ Fig. 3. (a) S. rugosa. (Mytilus rugosa. — Linn.) 

(i) Inside of ditto. 

Petricola. — Shell bivalve, subtriangular, transverse, inequilateral; the posterior side 
rounded, the anterior attenuated ; slightly gaping. Hinge having two teeth in 
each valve, or in one only. 

Plate V. Fig. 4. (a) P. pboladiformis, 

{h) Hinge of ditto. 

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V'enerirupis. — Shell transverse, inequilateral; the posterior side very short, the anterior 
gaping slightly. Hinge with two teeth in the right valve, and three in the left; 
sometimes three in each; the teeth are small, approximate, parallel, and but lit- 
tle or not at all diverging. Ligament external. 

Plate V. Fig. 5. («) V. perforans. (Venus perforans. — Montagu.) 

(A) Inside of ditto. 

NYxMPHACEA 10 Genera. 

Tno cardinal teeth, or more, on the same valve: shell often gaping slightly at the sides. Ligament 
external; wjmphce, in general, projecting outside. 

This family is divided into N. Solenaria, and N. Tellinaria. 

NYMPHACEA SOLENARIA. 

Sanguinolaria. — Shell transverse, rather elliptical, gaping slightly at tlie lateral extre- 
mity ; the superior margin arched, not parallel to the inferior. Hinge with two ap- 
proximate teeth in each valve. 

Plate V. Fig. 6. (a) S. rosea. (Solen sanguinolentus— Ginel.) 

(A) Inside of ditto. 

PsAMMOBiA.— Shell transverse, elliptical or oblong oval, rather Hat, gaping slightly at 
each side ; beaks rather prominent. Hinge with two teeth on the left valve, and 
one entering tooth in the opposite valve. 

Plate V. Fig. 7 (a) P- caerulescens. 

PsAMMOT.EA. — Shell transverse, oval or oblong oval, gaping a little at the sides; one car- 
dinal tooth in each valve, sometimes in one valve only. 

Plate V. Fig. 3. (o) P. variegata. (Solen variegatus.— Wood.) 

(A) Inside of ditto. 

NYMPHACEA TELLINARIA. 

Is subdivided into— I. Shells having one or two lateral teeth And H. Those which 

have no lateral teeth. 

I. Having one or two lateral teeth. 

'F£Llina. — S hell transverse or orbicular, in general rather flat; the anteiior side angu- 
lar, with a flexuous and irregular fold on the margin: only one or two cardinal 
teeth in the same valve; two lateral teeth, often remote. 

(a) Shell transversely oblong. 

Plate V Fig. y. (rt) T. punicca. (Idem.— Gmcl.) 

(6) Inside of ditto. 

(A) Shell orbicular, or rounded oval. 

Plate V. Fig. 10. T. crassa. (Idem.-Lister.) 


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Tellinides. — Shell transverse, inequilateral, rather flat, slightly gaping at the sides; 
beaks small and rather depressed, without the irregular fold on the margin. Hinge 
with two diverging teeth in each valve. Two lateral teeth, almost obsolete; the 
posterior of which in one valve is near the cardinal teeth. 

Plate VI. Fig. 1. (n) T. rosea. 

{h) Inside of ditto. 

CoRBis. — Shell transverse, equivalve, without any irregular fold on the anterior margin, 
having the beaks opposite and curved inwards. Two cardinal teeth; two lateral 
teeth, the posterior of which is nearest the hinge. Tlie muscular impressions 
simple. 

Plate VI. Fig. 2. (n) C finibriata. (Venus fimbriata.— Linn.) [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 

(Jj Hinge of ditto. 

Li'CIN.\. — S hell suborbicular, inequilateral; beaks small, pointed, and oblique; two di- 
verging cardinal teeth, one of which is bifid, and which vary or disappear with 
age; two lateral teeth, sometimes obsolete, the posterior approaches nearest to 
the cardinal teeth ; two muscular impressions, very separate, the posterior extend- 
ing in the shape of a band, sometimes very long. Ligament external. 

Plate VI. Fig. 3. (n) L. Jainaicensis. (Venus Jamaicensis. — Chem.) 

(J) Inside of ditto. 

Donax.— Shell transverse, equivalve, inequilateral, the anterior side very short and very 
obtuse; two cardinal teeth, either in both valves, or in one only; one or two late- 
ral teeth, more or less distant. Ligament external, short, inserted in the place of 
the lunula. 

(rt) Internal margin entire, or nearly so. 

Plate VI. Fig. 4. in) 1). runcata. (Idem.— time!. ) 

•Ji) Inside of ditto. 

{It) Internal margin crenulatcd or toothed. 

Plate VI Fig. 5 D. trunculus. (Idem. — Clicni 

11. _H AVING NO LATERAL TEETH. 

Capsa. — Shell transverse, equivalve, close: hinge having two teeth in the right valve, and 
one entering bifid tooth in the other; no lateral teeth. Ligament external. 

Plate VI. Fig G. (a) C. la'vigala. (Donax Itevigala. — Chem.) 

(i) Inside of ditto. 

Crassina. — Shell suborbicular, transverse, cqui'alve, rather inequilateral, close ; hinge 
with two strong diverging teeth in the right valve, and two very unequal teeth in 
the other. Ligament external, on the longest side. 

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SECTION III CONCHIFERA LAMELLIPEDA. 

This Section is divided into Five Families, viz. Conchae, Cardiacea, Arcacea, 

Trigoniana, and Naiada. 


CONCHA 7 Genera. 

Three cardinal teeth at least in one valve, with as many, or less, in the other; sometimes 

with lateral teeth. 

The Conchae are divided into Fluviatiles and Marinae. 


concha: fluviatiles. 

Cyclas. — Shell ovate-globose, transverse, equivalve, the beaks tumid; cardinal teeth 
very small, sometimes scarcely perceptible ; occasionally two in each valve, one of 
them plaited in two ; sometimes only one plaited or lobed tooth in one valve, and 

two in the other: lateral teeth transversely elongated, compressed, lamellar 

Ligament external. 

Plate VI. Fig. 8. (a) C. cornea. (Tellina cornea. — Linn.) 

(i) Inside of ditto. 

Cyrena. — Shell rounded, triangular, turgid or ventricose, inequilateral, solid, covered 
with an epidermis ; the beaks eroded ; hinge having three teeth in each valve ; the 
lateral teeth are nearly always two in number; one of them often near the cardi- 
nal. Ligament external, inserted in the larger side. 

(а) Lateral teeth serrated or denticulated. 

Plate VI. Fig. 9. (a) C. flurainea. (Tellina fluminea. — Gmel.) 

(б) Lateral teeth entire. 

[I have not been able to procure a species belonging to this division, to make a drawing from.] 

Galathea*. — Shell equivalve, subtriangular, covered with a greenish epidermis: cardi- 
nal teeth sulcated; two in the right valve, approaching at their base ; three in the 
other, the middle one advanced, and separate: lateral teeth distant. Ligament 
external, short, protruding, turgid; nymphae prominent. 

Plate VII. Fig. 1. (n) G. radiata. (Venus subviridis.— Gmel.) [Mr. G. B. Sowerby’s Cabinet.] 

(6) Hinge of ditto. 


• Galathea having been appropriated to a genus of Crustacea, Bowdich has substituted Megadesma 

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CONCHiE MARINjE. 

Mostly no lateral teeth; the whole shell frequently covered with an epidermis, except at 

the beaks, 

Cyprina. — Shell equivalve, inequilateral, obliquely cordate; the beaks obliquely curved; 
three unequal cardinal teeth, approximating at their base, and diverging a little 
above: a lateral tooth distant from the hinge, placed on the anterior side, some- 
times obsolete. The callosities of the nymphm large, arched, terminated near the 
beaks by a pit. Ligament external, sunk in part under the beaks. 

Plate VII. Fig. 2. (a) C. Islandica. (Venus Islandica. — Linn.) 

(b) Hinge of ditto. 

Cytherea. — Shell equivalve, inequilateral, suborbicular, triangular, or transverse: four 
cardinal teeth in the right valve, three of which diverge and approximate at their 
base, and one quite insulated, situated under the lunula: three diverging cardinal 
teeth in the other valve, and a pit rather distant, parallel to the margin. No 
lateral teeth. 

I. Internal margin of the valves very entire. 

(а) Anterior cardinal tooth having a striated canal or dentated border. 

Plate VII. Fig. 3. (a) C. tripla. (Venus tripla.— Chem ) 

(b) Hinge of ditto. 

(б) Anterior cardinal tooth without the striated canal or dentated border. 

Plate VII. Fig. 4. C. picta. (Venus picta.— Chem.) 

II. Internal margin of the valves crenated or dentated. 

Plate VII. Fig 5*. C. ineroe. (Venus meroe.— Linn.) 

Venus.— Shell equivalve, inequilateral, transverse or suborbicular: three approximate 
cardinal teeth in each valve, the lateral ones diverging at the summit. Ligament 
external, covering the scutcheon. 

L Internal margin of the valves crenated or dentated. 

(а) Shells with lamellar striae. 

Plate VII. Fig. 6. (a) V. verrucosa. (Idem. — Linn.) 

(6) Hinge of ditto. 

(б) Shells without lamellar strive. 

Plate VII. Fig 7. V. flexuosa. (Idem.— Gmel.)t 

II The internal margin of the valves very entire. 

Plate VII. Fig. 8. V. papilionacea. (V. rotundata. — Gmel ) 

• This species is the Donax meroe of Lamarck; but, as It agrees in the hinge, and in other particulars, 
with the Cytherea genus, I have removed it to its present situation, where it forms, with a few others of a si- 
milar character, a very interesting group, which are distinguished by the remarkable cavity in which the li- 
ganieiit is situated, in addition to the crenated margin. 

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Venericardia. — Shell equivalve, inequilateral, suborbicular, mostly with longitudinal 
radiating ribs. Two oblique cardinal teeth, standing the same way. 

Plate XXI. Fig. 2. V. imbricata. — Fossil. [Mr. G. B. Sowerby’s Cabinet.] 


CARDIACEA 5 Genera. 

Cardinal teeth irregular, either in their form or in their situation; and in general accompanied by 

one or two lateral teeth. 

Cardium. — Shell equivalve, rather heart-shaped; the beaks prominent; the internal 
margins of the valves dentated or plaited : hinge with four teeth in each valve ; the 
two cardinal approximate and oblique, articulating cross-wise with the two in the 
other valve ; and two rather distant entering lateral teeth. 

(1) Shell with no particular angle on the beaks, and the anterior side at least as large as 

the posterior. 

Plate VIII. Fig. I. (a) C. rusticum. (Idem. — Chem.) [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 

(h) Hinge of ditto. 

(2) Shell with the beaks carinated, or having an angle, and the posterior side often larger 

than the anterior, 

Plate VIII. Fig. 2. C. retusum. (Idem. — Linn.) 

Cardita. — Shell free, regular, equivalve, inequilateral : hinge with two unequal teeth, one 
short, straight, situated under the beaks ; the other oblique, marginal, and ex- 
tending under the corselets. 

(1) Shell subcordate, or oval, more transverse than longitudinal. 

Plate VIII. Fig. 3. (o) C. sulcata. (Chama antiquata.— Linn.) 

(6) Hinge of ditto. 

(2) Shells more longitudinal than transverse. 

Plate VIII. Fig. 4. C. calyculata. (Chama calyculata. — Linn.) 

Cypricardia. — Shell free, equivalve, inequilateral, obliquely or transversely elongated. 
Three cardinal teeth under the beaks, and one lateral tooth extending under the 
corselet. 

Plate VIII. Fig. 5. (a) C. Guinaica. (Chama oblopga. — Linn.) 

(6) Inside of ditto. 

Hiatella. — Shell equivalve, very inequilateral, transverse, gaping at the superior mar- 
gin ; hinge with one small tooth in the right valve, and two oblique teeth, a little 
larger, in the left valve. Ligament external. 

Plate VIII. Fig. 6. (a) H. arctica. (Solen minutus; Mya arctica. — Linn.) 

(i) Inside of ditto. 

Isocardia. — Shell equivalve, heart-shaped, ventricose, the beaks distant, diverging, spi- 
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and sunk under the beak ; one elongated lateral tooth, situated under the corselet. 
Ligament external, forked on one side. 

Plate VIII. Fig. 7- (a) I- cor. (Chama cor.— Linn.) 

(J) Hinge of ditto. 

ARCACEA. — 4 Geneu.\. 

Cardinal teeth small, numerous, entering, and disposed in eaeh valve, in a straight, arched, or 

broken line. 

CucuLLiEA. — Shell equivalve, inequilateral, trapeziform, vehtricose; the beaks distant, se- 
parated by the facet of the ligament; the anterior muscular impression forming a 
projecting angular or auricular margin: hinge linear, straight, with small trans- 
verse teeth, and having, at the extremities, from two to five ribs parallel to it. — 
Ligament wholly external. 

Plate VIII. Fig. 8. (o) C. auriculifera. (Area cucullus. — Gmel.) 

(J) Inside of ditto. 

Arca. — Shell transverse, subequivalve, inequilateral; the beaks distant, separated by the 
facet of the ligament : hinge in a straight line, without ribs at the extremities, and 
furnished with numerous .serial and entering teeth. Ligament wholly external. 

(1) Shells with the superior margin not crenulated within. 

Plate VIII. Fig. 9. A. Noae. (Idem. — Linn ) 

(2) Shells with the superior margin crenulated within. 

Plate VIII. Fig 10. A. Indica (Idem. — Gmel.) 

I’ectunculus. — Shell orbicular, almost lenticular, equivalve, subequilateral, close: hinge 
arched, furnished with numerous, serial, oblique, entering teeth ; those in the mid- 
dle obsolete, nearly obliterated. Ligament external. 

(1) Shells with distant longitudinal furrows, and often, besides, fine transverse or longitudinal stria-. 

Plate VIII. Fig. 11. P. glycymeris. (Area glycymeris. — Linn.) 

(2) Shells with promhient and radiating longitudinal ribs, with or without transverse striee. 

Plate VIII. Fig. 12. P. pecliniformis. (Area pectunculus. — Linn.) 

Nucula. — S hell transverse, ovate-triangular or oblong, equivalve, inequilateral; no facet 
between the beaks: hinge linear, broken, many-toothed, interrupted in the mid- 
dle by an obliquely extending spoon-shaped pit ; the teeth numerous, often pro- 
duced as in the pectines; the beaks contiguous, curved backwards. Ligament 
marginal, and partly internal, inserted in the pit or spoon of the hinge. 

Plate VIII. Fig. 13. (a) N. margaritacea. (Arca nucleus.— Linn.) 

(6) Inside of ditto. 

TRIGONIANA._2 Genera. 

Cardinal teeth lamellar, transversely striated. 

Trigonia. — Shell equivalve, triangular, sometimes suborbicular ; cardinal teeth oblong, 
laterally compressed, diverging, transversely furrowed ; two in the right valve. 


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furrowed on each side, and four in the other, furrowed only on one side. Li- 
gament external, marginal. 

Plate IX. Fig. 1. T. pectinata. 


Castaha. — Shell equivalve, inequilateral, triangular; the beaks eroded, recurved poste- 
riorly: hinge with two lamellar teeth, transversely striated ; the posterior one dis- 
tant, shortened, subtrilamellar ; the other anterior, elongated, lateral. Ligament 
external. 

Plate IX. Fig. 2. (a) C. ambigua. [Mr. G. B. Sowerby’s Cabinet.] 

{b) Inside of ditto. 


NAIAD A. 4 Genera. 

Fresh water shells, the hinge of which is sometimes famished with an irregular, simple, or divided 
cardinal tooth, and a longitudinal one, which extends under the corselet; and sometimes no tooth; or 
is furnished with irregular, granular tubercles, through its whole length. Muscular impression 
posterior, compound; the beaks decorticated, often eroded. 

XJ^io. — Shell transverse, equivalve, inequilateral, free; beaks decorticate, almost eroded ; 
muscular impression posterior, compound : hinge with two teeth in each valve ; one 
cardinal, short, irregular, simple, or divided in two, substriated; the other elon- 
gated, compressed, lateral, prolonged under the corselet. Ligament external, 

(а) Cardinal tooth short, thick, not crested, and substriated. 

Plate IX. Fig. 3. U. brevialis. 

(б) Cardinal tooth short, compressed, raised, and often crested. 

Plate IX. Fig 4. (a) U. pictorum. (Mya pictorum.— Linn.) 

(i) Hinge of ditto. 


Hyria. — Shell equivalve, obliquely triangular, eared ; the base truncated and straight : 
hinge with two low teeth; the posterior or cardinal one divided into numerous di- 
verging parts, of which the interior are the smallest ; the other, anterior or lateral, 
very long, and lamellar. Ligament external, linear. 

Plate IX. Fig. 5. (a) H. avicularis. (Mya synnatophora.— Gmel.) 

(6) Hinge of ditto 


Anodon. — Shell equivalve, inequilateral, transverse: Hinge linear, without teeth; a 
smooth cardinal lamina, truncated, or forming a sinus at its anterior extremity, ter- 
minates the base of the shell. Two distant, lateral, subgeminal, muscular impres- 
sions. Ligament linear, external ; its anterior extremity inserted in the sinus of 
the cardinal lamina. 

(1) Shells having no distinct angle at the posterior extremity of the cardinal line. 

Plate IX. Fig. 6. A. cyguea. (Mytilus cygneus.— Linn.) 

(S) Shells having an angle at the posterior extremity of the cardinal line. 

Plate IX. Fig- 7. A. trapezialis. [The late Earl ofTankenille’s Cabinet.] 


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Iridina. — Shell equivalve, inequilateral, transverse; the beaks small, reflected, almost 
straight ; muscular impressions similar to the genus Anodon ; hinge long, linear, at- 
tenuated about the middle, tuberculated throughout the whole length, .almost cre- 
nated ; the tubercles unequal, frequent. Ligament external, marginal. 

Plate X. Fig. 1. I. Nilotica. (Zoological Journal, vol. i. pi. 2.) [Jlr. G. B. Sowerby’s Cabinet.] 


CHAMACEA. 3 Genera. 

Shell inequivalve, irregular, fixed; hinge with one thick tooth, or without teeth: two separate and 

lateral muscular impressions. 

Diceras. — S hell inequivalve, adhering; the beaks conical, very Large, diverging, irregu- 
larly spiral; one large, thick, concave, subauricular, prominent tooth in the greater 
valve : two muscular impressions. 

Plate XXL Fig 3. D. arietina. — Fossil. [Mr. J. D. C. Sowerby’s Cabinet.] 

Chama. — Shell irregular, inequivalve, fixed; the beaks curved and unequal: hinge with 
one thick, oblique, suberenate tooth, fitting in a pit in the opposite valve ; two dis- 
tant, latev.al, muscular impressions. Ligament external, sunk. 

(1) Shells whose beaks turn from the left to the right. 

Plate X. Fig. 2. C. Lazarus. (Idem. — Linn.) 

(2) Shells whose beaks turn from the right to the left. 

Plate X. Fig. 3. C. radians. 

Etheria. — Shell irregular, inequivalve, adhering; the beaks short, almost sunk in the 
base of the valves : hinge without teeth, rather sinuous, unequal; two distant, la- 
teral, oblong muscular impressions. Ligament external, tortuous, partly pene- 
trating the .shell. 

(1) Shells having an oblong callosity in their base. 

Plate X. Fig. 4 (n), (J). E. clliptica. [British Museum.] 

(2) Shells without the callosity in their base, 

Plate X. Fig. 5. [a) Inside of E. semilunata. [Mr. J. D. C. Sotverby’s Cabinet.] 

(h) Outside of upper valve of ditto. 


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ORDER II CONCHIFERA UNIMUSCULOSA. 

SHELL presenting internally one muscular impression, nearly in the centre. This or 

der is divided into Three Sections. 


SECTION 1. 

Ligament marginal, elongated on the margin, suhlinear. 

This section contains Three Families — Tridacnea, Mytilacea, and Mallacea. 

TRIDACNEA 2 Genera. 

Shell transverse, equivalve, the muscular impression under the middle of the superior margin, and 

is prolonged to each side under it. 

Tridacna. — Shell regular, equivalve, inequilateral, transverse, gaping at the lunula: 
hinge with two compressed, unequal, anterior, entering teeth. Ligament mar- 
ginal, external. 

Plate X. Fig. 6. T. squamosa. 

(a) Inside of ditto. 

Hippopus. — Shell equivalve, inequilateral, transverse; the lunula close: hinge with 
two compressed, unequal, anterior, and entering teeth. Ligament marginal, 
external. 

Plate X. Fig. 7. H. maculatus. (Chama hippopus. — Linn.) 

MYTILACEA 3 Genera. 

The ligament at the hinge subinternal, marginal, linear, very entire, occupying a great part of the 

anterior margin ; rarely foliated. 

Modiola. — Shell subtransverse, equivalve, regular, the posterior side very short; beaks 

nearly lateral, depressed on the short side : hinge without teeth, lateral, linear 

Ligament cardinal, almost internal,’ situated in a marginal canal : one sublateral 
muscular impression, elongated, and axe-shaped. 

Plate XI. Fig. 1. M. tulipa. (Mytilus modiolus. — Linn.) 

Mytilus. — Shell longitudinal, equivalve, regular, pointed at the base, fixed by a byssus ; 
beaks almost straight, terminal, pointed: hinge lateral, mostly without teeth. — 
Ligament marginal, subinternal; one elongated, club-shaped, sublateral, muscular 
impression. 

(1) Shells with longitudinal furrows. 

Plate XI. Fig. '2. M. erosus. 

(2) Shells without longitudinal furrows. 

Plate XI. Fig. 3. M. pema. 


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Pinna.— Shell longitudinal, wedge-shaped, equivalve, gaping at the summit, pointed at 
the base, the beaks straight : hinge lateral, without teeth. Ligament marginal, 
linear, very long, almost internal. 

Plate XL Fig. 4. P. miuicata. (Idem. — Linn.) 

MALL ACE A. — 5 Genera. 

Ligament marginal, sublinear, either interrupted by indentations or serial teeth, or wholly simple. 

Shell subinequivalve, foliated, 

Crenatula. — Shell subequivalve, flat, lamellated, rather irregular; no particular open- 
ing or pit for the byssus : hinge lateral, linear, marginal, indented ; indentations 
serial, callous, hollowed into pits, which receive the ligament.^ 

Plate XL Fig. 3. C. mytiloides. 

Perna. — Shell subequivalve, flattened, rather deformed, texture lamellar; hinge linear, 
marginal; composed of furrow-like, transverse, parallel, non-entering teeth, be- 
tween which the ligament is inserted. A posterior sinus, slightly gaping, situat- 
ed at the extremity of the hinge for the passage of the byssus; sides callous. 

Plate XL Fig. 6. P. ephippium. (Ostrea ephippium. — Linn.) 

Malleus. — Shell subequivalve, rude, deformed, mostly elongated, sublobate at the base; 
beaks small, diverging : hinge without teeth ; an elongated conical pit situated 
under the beaks, traversing obliquely the facet of the ligament. Ligament partly 
external, short, inserted in the sloping facet of each valve. 

Plate XL Fig. 7- M. albus. 

Avicula. — Shell inequivalve, fragile, rather smooth ; base transverse, straight; the ex- 
tremities produced, the anterior caudiform or tail-like ; a sinus in the left valve : 
hinge linear, unidentate ; a cardinal tooth in each valve under the beaks. Facet 
of the ligament marginal, narrow, channelled, not traversed by the byssus. 

Plate XL Fig. 8. A. crocea. 

Meleagrina. — Shell subequivalve, rotundate, nearly square, externally squamose ; the 
inferior cardinal margin straight, not caudate anteriorly ; a sinus at the posterior 
base of the valves for the passage of the byssus; the left valvp being at this place 
narrow and channelled : hinge linear, without teeth, Facet of the ligament mar- 
ginal, elongated, nearly external, dilated in the middle. 

Plate XL Fig. 9. M. margaritiferus. (Mytilus margaritiferus. — Linn.) 


P? 


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SECTION II. 

Ligament not marginal, contracted into a short space under the beaks; always visible, and not form- 
ing a tendinous cord under the shell. 

This Section is divided into Two Families, viz. Pectinida and Ostracea. 
PECTINIDA 7 Genera. 

Ligament internal, or demi-internal. Shell in general regular, compact, not foliated. 

Pedu.m. — Shell inequivalve, subauriculated, lower valve gaping; beaks unequal, distant: 
hinge without teeth. Ligament partly external, inserted in an elongated and 
channelled pit, formed in the lower side of the beaks. Lower valve notched near 
the posterior base. 

Plate XII. Fig. 1. P. spondyloideum. (Ostrea spondyloidea. — Gmel.) [Mrs. Mawe’s Caldnet.] 

Lima. — Shell longitudinal, subequivalve, auriculated, gaping slightly on one side between 
the valves; beaks distant; their internal facet inclined outwards: hinge without 
teeth. The cardinal pit partly external, receiving the ligament. 

Plate XII. Fig. 2. L. glacialis. (Ostrea glacialis. — Gmel.) 

(«) Inside of ditto. 

Plagiostoma. — Shell subequivalve, free, subauriculated, the cardinal base transverse, 
straight; beaks rather distant, their inner sides expanding into transverse, flatten- 
ed, external facets, one straight, the other obliquely inclined : hinge without teeth ; 
a conical cardinal pit situated below the beaks, partly internal, opening outwards, 
and receiving the ligament. 

Plate XXL Fig. 4. P. spinosum. [Mr. G. B. Sowerby’s Cabinet.] 

Pecten. — Shell free, regular, inequivalve, auriculated ; the lower margin transverse, 
straight; the beaks contiguous : hinge without teeth; a cardinal triangular pit, 
wholly internal, receiving the ligament. 

(1) Shells with ears equal, or nearly so. 

Plate XII. Fig. 3. P. maximus. (Ostrea maxima. — Linnaeus.) 

(2) Shells with the ears unequal. 

Plate XII. Fig. 4. P. varius. (Ostrea varia. — Gmel.) 

Plicatula. — Shell inequivalve, not auriculated, attenuated towards the base, the supe- 
rior margin rounded, subplicate; the beaks unequal, and without an external fa- 
cet: hinge having two strong cardinal teeth in each valve; a pit between them, 
receiving the ligament, which is wholly internal. 

Plate XII. Fig. 5. P. ramosa. (Spondylus plicatus.— Gmel.) 

Spondylus. — Shell inequivalve, adhering, auriculated, echinated or rough; the beaks 
unequal, the lower valve having an external, flattened, cardinal facet, divided by 
a channel which lengthens with age : hinge having two strong teeth in each 
valve, and an intermediate pit for the ligament, communicating by the base with 


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the external channel. Ligament internal ; the remains of former ligaments are 
seen outside in the channel. 

Plate XII. Fig. fi. S. gsederopuj. (Idem. — Linn.) 

PoDOPSis. — Shell inequivalve, subregular, adhering by the inferior beak, not auriculated, 
the lower valve largest, most convex, and the beak most produced: hinge without 
teeth. Ligament internal. 

Plate XXI. Fig. 5. P. truncata. Fossil. [Icon. — Encyc. Method. PI. 188. Fig. 6.] 

OSTRACEA 5 Genera. 

Ligament internal, or demi-internal. Shell irregular, foliated, sometimes very thin. 

Tins Family is separated into Two Divisions. 

(а) Ligament demi-intemal. Shell foliated, and often very thick. 

GRYPH.EA. — Shell free, inequivalve, the lower valve large, concave, terminated by a pro- 
jecting involute beak, the upper valve small, flat, and opercular; hinge without 
teeth ; an 'oblong, arched cardinal pit ; only one muscular impression in each 
valve. 

.Plate XII. Fig. 7- G. angulata. 

OsTREA. — Shell adhering, inequivalve, irregular ; beaks distant, becoming very unequal 
by age, and the upper valve gradually removed during the life of the animal : hinge 
without teeth. Ligament demi-internal, inserted in the cardinal pit of the valves ; 
the pit of the lower valve increasing by age, sometimes to a great length. 

(1) Margin of the valves simple or wavy, not plicate. 

Plate XII. Fig. 8. O. edulis. (Idem. — Linn.) 

(2) Margin of the shells distinctly p)laited. 

Plate XII. Fig. 9. O. folium. (Idem. — Linn.) 

Vulsella. — Shell longitudinal, subequivalve, irregular, free; the beaks equal; hinge 
wdth a prominent callosity in each valve, depressed above, shewing an impression 
of a conical and obliquely arched pit for the ligament. 

Plate XII. Fig. 10. V. lingulata. (Mya vulsella. — Linn.) 

(б) Ligament internal. Shell thin, papyraceous. 

Placuna. — Shell free, irregular, flat, subequivalve: hinge internal, having two sharp 
longitudinal ribs in one valve, approximate at their base, and diverging in form of 
a V ; and, in the other valve, two impressions which correspond with the cardinal 
ribs ; to which is attached the ligament. 

Plate XII. Fig.113. P. placenta. (Anomia placenta. — Linn.) 

Anomia. — Shell inequivalve, irregular, operculated, adhering by the operculum: lower 
valve perforated, generally flattened, having a hole or channel at the beak ; the 
other valve rather larger, concave, entire. Operculum small, elliptical, osseous, 
fixed to marine substances. 

Plate XIII. Fig. 1. A. ephippium. (Idem.— Linn.) 

(a) Operculum of ditto. 


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SECTION III. 

Either no ligament, or none known; or represented by a tendinous cord, which supports the shell. 

This Section contains Two Families — Rudista, and Brachiopoda. 

RUDISTA. 6 Genera. 

Ligament, hinge, and animal unknown ; shell very inequivalve. No distinct beaks. 

SpiEERULiTES. — Shell inequivalve, orbicular-globose, rather depressed above, echinated 
externally with large, subangular, horizontal scales ; upper valve smallest, rather 
flat, opercular ; the internal surface furnished with two unequal, subconical, curv- 
ed, and prominent tuberosities; lower valve largest, rather ventricose, the exter- 
nal margin radiated with scales ; cavity obliquely conical, and forming on one side, 
by the folding of the internal margin, a crest, or projecting keel: internal side of 
the cavity transversely striated. Hinge unknown. 

Plate XXI. Fig. 6. S. foliacea. Fossil. [Icon. — Encyc. Method, pi. 172. fig. 7 ] 

Radiolites. — Shell inequivalve, externally striated; the striae longitudinal, radiating: 
lower valve turbinated, and largest ; the upper, convex or depressed conical, oper- 
cular. Hinge unknown. 

Plate XXI. Fig. 7- R. turbinata. [British Museum.] 

Calceola. — Shell inequivalve, triangular, turbinated, flattened beneath; the larger valve 
hollowed or hood-shaped, obliquely truncated at the aperture; the cardinal mar- 
gin straight, transverse, a small notch or indentation in the middle ; the superior 
margin arched : the small valve flat, semi-orbicular, opercular, having a tubercle 
on each side of the cardinal margin, and, in the middle, a pit with a small lamina. 

Plate XXI. Fig. 8. C. sandalina. [Mr. J. D. C. Sowerby’s Cabinet.] 

Birostrites. — Shell inequivalve, bicornute, the disk of the valves elevated conically, un- 
equal, obliquely diverging, nearly straight, horn-shaped, the one enveloping the 
other at the base. 

Plate XXL Fig. 9. B. inaequiloba. [Mr. J. D. C. Sowerby’s Cabinet.] 

Piscina. — Shell inequivalve, oval-rotundate, rather depressed, valves nearly equal, each 
having an orbicular disk in the centre, very distinct; disk in the upper valve not 
perforated, with a mammillated protuberance in the middle; that in the other valve 
very white, divided by a small transverse slit. 

Plate XIII. Fig. 2. D. Norvegica. (Orbicula Norvegica.— Sowerby’s Genera.) [Mr. G. B- Sower. 

(а) Lower valve of ditto. by’s Cabinet.] 

(б) Upper valve of ditto. 

Crania. — Shell inequivalve, suborbicular, lower valve almost flat, perforated in the in- 
ternal surface by three unequal and oblique holes ; the upper valve very convex, 
furnished interiorly with two prominent callosities. 

Plate XIll. Fig. 3. C. personata. (Anomia craniolaris.— Linn.) 

(0) Lower valve of ditto. 

(1) Upper valve of ditto. 


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BRACHIOPODA 3 Genera. 

Shell bivalve, adhering to marine bodies, either directly or by a tendinous cord. 

Orbicula. — Shell suborbicular, inequivalve; without any apparent hinge: lower valve 
very thin, flat, adhering to marine substances ; the upper valve subconical, the 
summit more or less elevated. 

[1 have not been able to meet with any shell agreeing with the above description.] 

Terebratula. — Shell inequivalve, regular, subtriangular, attached to marine bodies by 
a short tendinous pedicle ; the beak of the larger valve produced, often curved, 
perforated at the summit by a round hole, or by a notch : hinge with two teeth : 
two nearly osseous, slender, elevated, forked, variously ramified branches rise 
from the disk of the small valve, and serve as a support to the animal. 

(1) Shell smooth, without longitudinal strife or farrows, 

Plate XIII. Fig. 5. T. vitrea. (Anoraia vitrea.— Gmel ) 

(2) Shell striated longitudinally. 

Plate XIII. Fig. 4. T. psittacea. (Anomia psittacea. — Gmel.) 

Lingula. — Shell subequivalve, flattened, ovate-oblong, truncated at the sunnnit, rather 
pointed at the base, elevated on a fleshy tendinous pedicle, fixed to marine bodies : 
hinge without teeth. 

Plate XIII. Fig. G. L. anatina. (Patella unguis. — Linn.) 

(o) Inside of ditto. 


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Body sometimes naked, either destitute of any solid internal parts, or inclosing a shell or 
other hard substance, and sometimes provided externally with a shell covering or sheath- 
ing, but is never composed of two opposite valves united by a hinge. 


TThIS Class is divided into Five Orders, viz, Pteropoda, Gasteropoda, Trachelipoda, 

Cephalopoda, and Heteropoda. 


ORDER 1. 

PTEROPODA 6 Genera. 

Some only are furnished with a thin, cartilaginous or corneous shell. 

Hyal,ea. — S hell corneous, transparent, ovate-globose; tridentated posteriorly; open at 
the summit, and at the two posterior sides. 

Plate XIII. Fig. 7- H. tridentata. (Monocnlus telemus? — Linn.) 

Clio. — This genus lias no shell. 

Cleodora. — Shell gelatinous, cartUaginous, transparent, in shape of a reversed pyramid, 
or lanceolate, truncated and open at the summit, 

Plate XIII. Fig. 8. C. pyramidata. (Clio pyramidata. — Linn.)_ 

Limacina. — Shell thin, fragile, papyraceous, spiral; the whorls re-united in a discoidal 
manner, like the Planorbis. 

Plate XIII. Fig. 9. (a) L. helicialis. (Clio helicina.— Gmel.) [British Museum.] 

Cymbulia. — Shell gelatinous, cartilaginous,very transparent, crystalline, oblong, in shape 
of a shoe, truncated at the summit; aperture lateral and anterior. 

Plate XIII. Fig. 10. C. Peronii. [Icon. Encyc. Method, pi. 464. fig. 4 J.] 

Pneumodermon. — This genus has no shell. 


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ORDER II GASTEROPODA. 

Some are naked, others have a dorsal shell, not enveloping : again, others have a shell more or less 

hidden in their mantle. 

THIS Order is divided into two Sections — Hydrobranchiae and Pneumobranchiae. 
SECTION I HYDROBRANCHIiEl. 

Contains Six Families, viz. Tritoniana, Phyllidiana, Semi Pliyllidiana, Calyptraciana, 

Bullmana, and Aplysiana. 

TRITONIANA 6 Genera. 

Without shells, either external or internal, 

Glaucus. — N o shell. 

Eolis. — Ditto. 

Tritonia. — Ditto. 

ScyLL.EA. — Ditto. 

Tethys. — Ditto. 

Doris. — D itto. 

PHYLLIDIANA. — 4 Genera. 

Some are nithout shells, either internal or external: others are wholly or partly covered hy a shell, 
sometimes composed of one single piece, sometimes of a range of moveable and distinct pieces. 

Phylliuia. — Has no shell. 

Chitonellus. — Body elongated, rather narrow, like a caterpillar, the middle of the back 
furnished with a multivalve shell; valves alternate, mostly longitudinal; they are 
nearly connected hy their extremities. 

Plate XIII. Fig. II. C. striatus. [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 

Chiton. — Body oval-ohlong, convex, rounded at the extremities; bordered allround by 
a coriaceous skin ; partly covered by a longitudinal series of testaceous, imbri- 
cated, transverse, moveable pieces, set in the borders of the mantle. 

Plate XIII. Fig. 12. C. Magellaiiicus. (Idem.— Gmel.) 

Patella. — Shell univalve, not spiral, covering the animal, shield-like, or retuse-conical; 
concave and simple below, without any fissure on the margin ; the summit entire, 
.and inclined anteriorly. 

Plate XIII. Fig. 13. P. ininiata. (P. sanguinolenta. — Gmel.) 

(a) Inside of tlitto 

SEMI-PHYLLIDIANA — 2 Genera. 

Pleurobranchus. — Shell internal, dorsal, thin, flattened, often oblique-oval. 

Plate XIII. Fig. 14, 14 («)• P- plumula. (Bulla plumula.— Montagu.) 

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Umbrella.— Shell external, orbicular, sub-irregular, nearly flat, slightly convex above, 
white, with a small apex near the middle ; margin acute, internal surface rather 
concave, having a callous disk, coloured, depressed in the centre, surrounded by 
a smooth border. 

Plate XIII. Fig. 15, 16. U. Indica. (Patella umbellata.— Gmel.) 


CALYPTRACIANA 7 Genera. 

Shell alrvays external, covering the animal. 

Parmophoru.?. — Shell oblong, subparallelipipedal, slightly convex above, obtuse at the 
extremities, anteriorly channelled by a slight sinus, and having, towards the pos- 
terior part, a small pointed apex, inclined backwards ; the lower surface slightly 
concave. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 1. P. australis. (Patella ambigua, — Chem.) 

(a) Under side of ditto. 

Emarginula. — Shell shield-like, conical; summit inclined ; the cavity simple, having a 
notch or hollow cut on its posterior margin. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 2. E. rubra. 

Fissurella. — Shell shield-hke or depressed conical, concave below, perforated at the 
summit ; without any spire ; the perforation oval or oblong. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 3. F. pustula. (Patella pustula. — Chem.) 

PiLEOPSis. — Shell univalve, obliquely conical, anteriorly recurved; apex bent, almost spi- 
ral; aperture rounded-elliptical; the anterior margin shortest, acute, slightly si- 
nuated, the posterior largest and rounded: one elongated, arched, transverse mus- 
cular impression, situated under the posterior margin. 

Plate XIV. Fig 4. P. ungarica. (Patella ungarica.— Linn.) 

CALYPTR.EA. — Shell conoidal, summit vertical, imperforate, subacute; base orbicular: 
the cavity furnished with a convolute lamina, or a spiral diaphragm. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 5. C. equestris. (Patella equestris.— Linn.) 

(a) Under side of ditto. 

Crepidula. — Shell ovate or oblong ; the back almost always convex ; concave under- 
neath ; the spire very much inclined towards the margin : the aperture partly 
closed by a horizontal lamina. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 6 (o). C. fomicata. (Idem. — Linn.) 

(5). Under side of ditto. 

Ancylus. — Shell thin, obliquely conical, the summit pointed, inclined backwards ; aper- 
ture oval ; the margin very simple. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 7. A. fluvialilis. (Patella fluviatllis.— Gmel.) 


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BULL.EANA 3 Genera. 

Acera. — This genus has no shell. 

Bull^a. — Shell very thin, partially rolled and spiral on one side, without columella, and 
without spire ; the aperture very large, dilated at the upper part. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 8. B. aperta- (Bulla aperta.— Linn.) 

Bulla. — Shell univalve, ovate-globular, convolute, no columella, spire not projecting: 
aperture the whole length of the shell ; external margin sharp. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 9. B. lignaria. (Idem. — Linn.) 

APLYSIANA. — 2 Genera. 

Aplysia. — Shield dorsal, semicircular, subcar tilaginous. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 10. A. radiata. 

(a) Outside of ditto. 

Dolabella. — Shell oblong, slightly arched, hatchet-shaped, contracted, heavy, callous, 
almost spiral on one side, and larger, flatter, and thinner, on the other. 

Plate XIV. Fig. II. D. Rumpliii. (Bulla dubia.) 

(a) Underside of ditto. 

SECTION II PNEUMOBRANCHI^. 

Tnrs Section contains only One Family, viz. Limaciana. 

LIMACIANA. 5 Genera. 

Onchidium. — This genus has no shell. 

Parmacella. — Lamarck has given a description of the animal of this genus, but only 
mentions that the scutcheon contains a shell, without describing it. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 12. P. calyculata. (Sowerby’s Genera.) [Mr. H. Stutcbbury’s Cabinet.] 

(a) Under side of ditto, 

Limax. — Lamarck merely mentions that the animal is “ furnished with a coriaceous sub- 
rugose shield. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 13. L. rufus. [British Museum.] 

Testacella. — Shell very small, external, rather ear-shaped, slightly spiral at its summit; 
the aperture very large, oval, obliquely dilated ; the left margin involute. 

Plate XIV. Fig- 14. T. haliotidea. [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 

(a) Under side of ditto. 

ViTRiNA. — Shell small, very thin, depressed, terminated above by a very short spire, the 
last whorl very large: Aperture large, rounded-oval; the left margin arched, 
slightly involute. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 15. V. peUucida. 

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ORDER III._TRACHELIPODA. 

THE shells of this Order are spirivalve, ensheathing. It is separated into Two Sections, 

viz. Phytiphaga and Zoophaga. 

SECTION I TRACHELIPODA PHYTIPHAGA. 

Aperture of the shell entire; base without any ascending dorsal notch or canal. 

This Section contains Ten Families, viz. Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, Peristomi- 

ana, Neritacea, Janthinea, Macrostomiana, Plicacea, Scalariana, and Tui’binacea. 

COLIMACEA. — 11 Genera. 

Shell spirivalve, with no other projecting parts on the exterior than the strive of growth ; the right mar- 
gin of the aperture is often recurved or reflected outwards. 

Helix. — Shell orbicular, convex, or conoidal ; sometimes globular, the spire rather ele- 
vated: aperture entire, transverse, very oblique, contiguous to the axis of the 
shell; the margins disunited by the projection of the penultimate whorl. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 17. H. hsemastoma. (Idem. — Linn.) 

Carocolla. — Shell orbicular, more or less convex or conoidal above ; the circumference 
or periphery angulated or keeled: aperture transverse, contiguous to the axis of 
the shell ; the right margin or lip subangular, often toothed or plaited beneath. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 16. C. albilabris. (Helix carocolla.— Linn.) 

Anostoma. — Shell orbicular, the spire convex and obtuse : aperture round, toothed with- 
in, grinning or shewing the teeth, turned upwards to the side of the spire; the 
margin of the lip reflected. 

Plate XIV. Fig. 18, 18 (a). A. globulosa. [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 

Helicina. — Shell subglobular, imperforate : aperture entire, demi-oval. Columella cal- 
lous, transverse, rather flat, margin acute, forming an angle at the lower base of 
the right lip: operculum corneous. 

Plate XV. Fig. 1. H. major. [Gray, in Zool. Jour. Vol. I. p. 251.] 

Pupa. — Shell cylindrical, generally thick: aperture irregular, demi-oval, the lower part 
rounded and subangular; the margins nearly equal, reflected outwards, disunited 
at the upper part by an interposed columella lamina, always affixed. 

Plate XV. Fig. 2. P. mumia. 

Clausilia. — Shell mostly fusiform, slender, the summit rather obtuse : aperture irregular, 
rounded-oval; the margins united throughout, free, reflected outwards. 

Plate XV. Fig. 3. C. torticollis. 

Bulimus. — Shell oval, oblong, or turreted; aperture entire, longitudinal; the margins ve- 
ry unequal, disunited at the upper part. Columella straight, smooth, the base 
entire, not channelled. 

Plate XV. Fig. 4. B. citrinus. (Helix perversa, Variety i.— Linn.) [Dlrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 


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NEW 0PISTH03RANCH RECORDS FOR THE WEST COAST OF 
BAJA CALIFORNIA 
By 

David W. Behrens 

Route 1, Box 70-A, Templeton, CA 93465 
and 

Jim Gatewood 

7584 Amethyst, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 



Data on the opi sthobranch fauna of the west coast of Baja California, 

Mexico is quite limited (Farmer 1963, Farmer & Collier 1963, Collier & Farmer 
1964, Hamann 1981, Behrens 1980, 1983, Bertsch 1982, Bertsch & Aguilar 1984, 

Bertsch & Kerstitch 1984, Gosliner & Bertsch 1985) in comparison to the Gulf 
side or east coast of the penninsula. This is inpart due to the infrequency of 
scientific and collecting expeditions to this coastline. A recent excursion to 
the localities of Isla San Martin, Roca Ben, Johnson's sea mount, Arrecife 
Sacramento and Islas San Benitos produced 31 species of opi sthobranch molluscs 
(see Gatewood, Shells and Sea Life 17(4): 128-131, April 1985 for details of the 
expedition) . 

The collection localities are given in Figure 1 and Table 1. A species 
account is presented in Table 2. Of the 31 species collected, four are unknown 
to science. These are designated in the table by a single asterisk (*). The 
collections account for eight extensions of known geographic ranges (designated 
by a double asterisk **). The southern most range for each species is given in 
the table also, except for those species whose distribution along the west coast 
of Baja California is not well known. Citations for range limits are also given 
where the original reference is known. 

All collections were subtidal while diving on SCUBA. Collections were made 
from 5-10 August 1984. All specimens are being retained by D. W. Behrens or 
the Invertebrate Collection of the California Academy of Sciences, San 
Francisco, CA. 

Of particular interest was the collection of four undescribed species. The 
undescribed Dendrodoris is well known from southern California (Behrens 1980, 
species #141) to Pescadero Point, Carmel Bay and Monterey in northern California 
(McDonald & Nybakken, 1981). The Phyl 1 idi a , first reported in Behrens (1980, 
species #144), has a striking resemblance to Phyl 1 idi a rolandiae Pruvot-Fol 
1951 from the Mediterranean. Eiqht specimens were collected on this trip, at 

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two of the five collecting locations. The unidentifiable Flabellina (see 
photo Shells & Sea Life 17(4) pg 129, top left) is identical in external 
coloration to FI abel 1 i na tr i 1 i neata (O'Donoghue T921) except that it does 
not have the typical, and~3'istinctive, three white longitudinal lines along the 
body. Lastly, the undescribed facelinid is identical to species #155 of Behrens 
(1980). A photograph of this species is also featured in Shells & Sea Life 
17(4) pg 129 (bottom). Close examination of radula, jaws and reproductive 
system suggest that the species may be difficult to assign to an existing genus. 
Six specimens were collected at Islas San Benitos. 


Numbers of species, shown in Table 2 by collection site may be a good 
indication of species diversity, but may be weighted by sampling effort. An 
analysis of catch per unit effort (CPUE) calculated as species/diver hour, seems 
to support this conclusion (Table 2). One dive made at Johnson's Sea Mount, 
produced the greatest number of species, and concomittantly the greatest CPUE. 

At the other extreme however, the lowest CPUE was calculated for Islas San 
Benitos, the collection site having the second highest species count. CPUE here 
is most probably artificially reduced due to the large sampling effort expended 
(40 hours collection time). In this instance increased effort did not add to 
the species inventory. 

our thanks to Marc Chamberlain, Patty Mariano and 
Sea Challengers expedition for enthusiastically 


We would like to express 
all the other members of this 
assisting in the collections. 

Behrens, David W. 1980. 


Literature Cited 

Pacific Coast Nudibranchs, a guide to the 
opi sthobranchs of the northeastern Pacific. Sea Challengers. 

Los Osos, CA. 112p. 

Behrens, David W. 1983. Report on the 1983 outer Baja California 
expedition. Opi sthobranch Newsletter 15(4): 13-19. 

Bertsch, Hans. 1978. The Chromodcridinae nudibranchs from the 
Pacific coast of America, Part II, the genus Chromodori s . 

Veliger 20(4): 307-327. 

Bertsch, Hans. 1973. The Chromodoridinae nudibranchs from the 
Pacific coast of America, Part III, the genera Chromol aichma 
and Mexichromis. Veliger 21(1): 70-86. 

Bertsch, Hans. 19^2. Studies of benthic ecosystems along the 
northwest coast of Baja California, Mexico: Distribution and 
prey of various marine invertebrates. Ciencias Marinas (Mex) 

8(2): 91-123. 

Bertsch, Hans & Luis Anguilar Rosas. 1984. Range extensions of four 
species of nudibranchs along the Pacific coast of Baja California, 
Mexico. Nautilis 98(1): 9-11. 

Bertsch, Hans & Alex Kerstitch. 1984. Distribution and radular 
morphology of various nudibranchs (Gastropoda: Opi sthobranchia) 
from the Gulf of California, Mexico. Veliger 26(4): 264-273. 

Brusca, Richard C. 1980. Common intertidal invertebrates of the 
Gulf of California. Univ. of Arizona Press, Pheonix, AZ. 513p. 

Collier, C. L. & W. M. Farmer. 1964. Additions to the nudibranch 
fauna of the east Pacific and the Gulf of California. Trans. San 
Diego Soc. Nat. Hist. 13( 19) :377-396. 

Farmer, W. H. 1963. Two new opi sthobranch mollusks from Baja 
California. Trans. San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist. 13(6): 81-84. 

Farmer, W. M. & C. L. Collier. 1963. Notes of the opisthobranchia 
of Baja California, Mexico, with range extensions. Veliger 6(2): 
62-63. 


Gatewood, Jim. 1985. Branchin' the Pacific Coast of Baja. Shells 
& Sea Life 17(4): 128-131. 

Gosliner, Terrence & Hans Bertsch. 1985. Records and morphology of 
Lomanotus stauberi Clark & Geotzfried, 1976, from the 
Panamic Pacific. Veliger 27(4): 397-405. 

Hamann, Jeffrey. 1981. Range extensions of northeastern Pacific 
opisthobranchs. Opi sthobranch Newsletter 13(6): 21. 

McDonald, Gary & James Nybakken. 1981. Guide to the nudibranchs of 
California. American Mai acologists, Melebourne, FL. 77p. 


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Table 1 

Latitude and longitude of col 
Isla San Martin 


Roca Ben 
" Johnson ' 
Arreci fe 
Islas San 


s Sea Mount" 
Sacramento 
Beni tos 


I lection 
30°29'N 
30°26'N 


30° 20' 
29°45' 
28°20' 


loca 


ities 
W 
W 
W 

115°47'W 
115°40'W 


116°07 
116°07 
116°05 


Table 2 

Species Inventory 


Collection Localities 

Systematic Account Isla RoFa Johnson ' s Arreci fe Islas 

San Ben Sea Mount Sacramento San 
Martin Benitos 


Bui lomorpha 

Nay an ax inermi s Cooper 1862 
Panama 


X 


X 


Aplysiomorpha 

Aplysia cal ifornica Cooper 1863 X 

Range unknown on west coast of Baja 
Isla San Martin (Behrens 1983) 

Pleurobranchomorpha 
Tylodina fungina Gabb 1865 
Costa Rica & Galapagos (Brusca 1980) 

* *Berthe l 1 ina citri na Ruppell & X X 

L u eckart l82S 
San Clemente Is. 

Sacogl ossa 

* *Elysi a hedgpethi (Marcus 1961) X 

La JoTTa, CA 


Nudibranchi a 
Doridacea 

**Hopkinsia rosacea MacFarland X 

— im 

Ensenada (Farmer & Collier 1963) 

Triopha macul ata MacFarland 1905 X 

El Tomatal (Bertsch & Anguilar 1984) 

Laila cockerel li MacFarland 1905 
Crape~^S^an Lucas 

** Polycera atra MacFarland 1905 X 

Bahia Todos Santos (Bertsch 1982) 

Cadi i na f 1 avomacul ata MacFarland 1905 X 

Pt, Eugem a 

**C. 1 imbaughorum Lance 1962 X 

Bahia Puerto Escondito (Bertsch 1982) 

_C. luteomarginata MacFarland 1905 X 

Pt. Eugenia 

Glossodo ri s dal 1 i (Bergh 1879) 

Magdalen"! Bay (Bertsch 1978) 

C. macf ar 1 andi Cockerell 1901 X 

Bahia Magdalena (Bertsch 1978) 


X 


X 


X 


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X 


X 


X 


X 


Mexichromis porterae (Cockerell 

— mi) 

Cedros Is (Behrens 1980, 1983) 

Hypse l idoris californiensis (Berqh 1879) 
Westcoast of“l?aja (Brusca 1980) 

Rostanqa pulchra MacFarland 1905 
Chili 

Diaulula sandiegensis (Cooper 1862) 

()abo San Lucas (McDonald & Nybakken 1981) 
** Jorunna pardus Behrens & X 

Henderson 1981 

Isla San Martin (Behrens 1983) 

Discodoris he ath i MacFarland 1905 X 

Bahia San^uintin (McDonald & Nybakken, 1981) 
Dendrodori s kreb si (Morch 1863) 

Vizcaino Bay (Collier & Farmer 1964) 

* ** Dendrodoris . sp. (Species #141 Behrens 1980) 

La Jolla, CA (Behrens 1980) 

Doriopsilla albopunctata (Cooper X 

ife) 

Pt. Eugenia (Behrens 1980) 

* ** Phyl 1 idia sp. (Species #144 Behrens 1980) 

Pt. Loma, CA (Behrens 1980) 

Tambja el iopa (Marcus & Marcus 1967) 

^zcaino Bay (Behrens 1983) 

Arminacea 

Janolus barbarensis (Cooper 1863) X 

Cedros Is. (Behrens 1983) 

Aeol idacea 

Flabellina iodinea (Cooper 1862) X 

Cedros Is. (Behrens 1983) 

* 3be1 1 i na . sp. (first account) 

* Facelinid (Species #155 Behrens 1980) 

Cedros Is. (Behrens 1980, 1983) 

Hermissenda crassicornis X X 

( 8schscholtz 1831) 

Pt. Eugenia (Farmer & Collier 1963) 

Phid i ana pugnax Lance 1962 X 

Ce3Fos Is, (Farmer & Collier 1963) 


X 

X 

X 


X 


X 


X 

X X 

X 


X 


X 

X 


X XX 

X 


Total number of species 8 6 


15 


5 11 


S pecies/diver hour 


5.3 5.0 7.5 


2.7 0.28 


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Achatina. — S hell oval or oblong: aperture entire, longitudinal; the right lip sharp, 
never reflected. Columella smooth, truncated at the base. 

( 1 ) Shells with the last nhorl ventricose, not depressed. 

Plate XV. Fig. f). A. virginea. (Bulla virgiiiea. — Linn.) 

( 2 ) Shell 7vilh the last nhorl depressed, or attenuated towards the base. 

Plate XV. Fig. 5 (a). A. albo-lineata. (Voluta leucozonias.— Ginel.) [Mrs. Maive’s Cabinet.] 

SucciNEA. — Shell oval or ovate-conical; aperture large, entire, longitudinal; the right 
lip sharp, not reflected, united at the lower part to a smooth, sharp, attenuated 
columella. No operculum. 

Plate XV. Fig 6. S. amphibia. (Helix putris.— Linn.) 

Auricula. — Shell suboval or ovate-oblong: aperture longitudinal, very entire at the 
base, contracted at the upper part, tvliere the margins are disunited. Columella 
with one or more plaits ; the lip or margin sometimes reflected outwards, some- 
times simple and sharp. 

( 1 ) Shells with the margin rcjleeted outwards. 

Plate XV. Fig. /. A. Judae. (Voluta auris Juda;. — Linn.) 

( 2 ) Shells with the margin simptle a7id acute. 

Plate XV. Fig. 8, 8 (a). monile. (Voluta flava. — Gmel.) 


Cyclostoma. — The shape of the shell variable; whorls of the spire cylindrical: aperture 
round, regular; the margins circularly united, or reflected by age. An oper- 
culum. 

Plate XV. Fig. 9. C. volvulus. (Helix volvulus.— Linn.) [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 
LYMN/TANA 3 Genera. 

Shell spirivalve, the external surface mosthj smooth; the right margin of the aperture always sharp, 

and not reflected. 

Planorbis. — Shell discoidal, spire depressed, the whole of the whorls shewn above and 
beneath: aperture oblong, lunate, very distant from the axis of the shell; the 
margin never reflected. No operculum. 

Plate XV. Fig. 10. P. corneus. (Helix cornea. — Linn.) 

Physa. — Shell convolute, oval or oblong ; the spire prominent: aperture longitudinal, 
contracted at the upper part. Columella twisted: right lip very thin, sharp, part- 
ly projecting above the plane of the aperture. No opereulum. 

Plate XV. Fig. 11. P. rivalis. (Lymna;a rivalis. — Sowerby.) 

Lymn.i;a. — Shell oblong, sometimes turreted; the spire prominent: aperture entire, lon- 
gitudinal, outer lip sharp ; the lower part ascending over the columella, forms a 
very oblique plait, re-entering the aperture. No operculum. 

Plate XV. Fig. 12. L. stagnalis. (Helix stagnalis. — Linn.) 


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MELANIANA 3 Genera. 

Margins of the aperture of the shell disunited, the right alrvays sharp. 

Melania. — Shell turreted: aperture entire, oval or oblong, effuse at the base; columella 
smooth, incurved. Operculum horny. 

Plate XV. Fig. 13. M. amarula. (Helix amarula. — Linn.) [Mrs. Mawe’s Cabinet.] 

Melanopsis. — Shell turreted : aperture entire, oval-oblong. Columella callous at the 
upper part ; truncated at the base, separated from the right margin by a sinus. 
An operculum. 

Plate XV. Fig. 14. M. laevigata. 

PiRENA. — Shell turreted: aperture longitudinal, right lip sharp, having a sinus at the 
base, and another at the summit. Base of the columella curved towards the right 
margin : operculum horny. 

Plate XV. Fig. 15. P. terebralis. (Strombus ater. — Linn.) 

PERISTOMIANA._3 Genera. 

Shell operculated, conoidal or subdiscoidal, the margins of the aperture united. 

Valvata. — Shell discoidal or conoidnl, the whorls cylindrical, spiral cavity complete, not 
modified by the penultimate whorl; aperture round, the margins united, sharp, 
An orbicular operculum. 

Plate XV. Fig. 16. V. piscinalis. 

Paludina. — Shell conoidal, the whorls rounded or convex, spiral cavity modified by the 
last whorl: aperture rounded-oval, oblong, angular at the summit; the two mar- 
gins united, acute, never reflected outwards. Operculum orbicular and horny. ■ 

Plate XV. Fig. 17. P. vivipara. (Ileli.x vlvipara. — Linn.) 

Ampullaria. — Shell globular, ventricose, umbilicated at the base, without any callosity 
on the left lip : aperture entire, oblong, margins united, the right not reflected. 
An operculum. 

Plate XV. Fig 18. A. Giiyanensis. 

NERITACEA — 4 Genera. 

Shellflumatile, or marine, semi-globular or flattened-oval, rvilhout columella, the left margin of the 

aperture resembling a half partition. 

(1) Fresii-water shells. 

Navicella. — Shell elliptical or oblong, convex above, summit straight, depressed to the 
margin, concave beneath; the left lip flattened, sharp, narrow, without teeth, 
transverse. A solid flat operculum, having an acute and lateral tooth. 

Plate XV. Fig. 19, 19 (a). N. elliptica. (Nerita porcellana. — Chem.) 

Neritina. — Shell thin, semi-globular or oval, flattened beneath, not umbilicated: aper- 
ture semi-circular, the left margin flattened, sharp ; no teeth or crenulations on the 
surface of the right margin. Operculum furnished with a lateral tooth. 

Plate XV. Fig. 20, 20 (a). N. dubiii. (Nerita dubia.— Chem.) 


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nos. 1,2, & 5 (all 3 on molluscs) p.1-68 & 193-203. (Both articles 
complete). Lgc. 4to. 1 1 plates. Cloth backed boards-, orig wrps bound in. 
Some minor foxing & 2 pinholes in back margin. Rubber stamp 
removed from wraps & some pages. - $45. 

9 Bouchet, Ph., F. Danrigal & C. Huyghens. 1979. Sea Shells of 
Western Europe. Melbourne, Florida, American Malacologists, Inc., 
144p., illus., cloth. - $7. 

10 British Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition, 1910. Natural History 
Report - Mollusca. Parts 2,3,4 & 5: Anne Massy - Cephalopoda, 1916; 
Eupteropoda & Ptcropoda, 1920. R.H. Burne - Anatomy of Pelecypoda, 
1920. N.B. Eales - Anatomy of Gastropoda, 1923. All large 4to, 4 plates 
& 94 figures, wraps. - $60. 

11 Brookes, A.E, 1924. Two new species of Gasteropod shells. Trans. 
N.Z. Inst., separate with 1 plate. - $4. 

12 Brown, D.S. 1965. Freshwater Gastropod Mollusca from BlMiiopia. 
Brit. Mus. (N.H.), p.37-94, 3pls., 47figs., hard covers. - $20. 

13 Bucknill, C.E.R. 1923. Sea Shells of New Zealand. I23p^ sm4to, 12 
pis. & drawings, original boards, small tear in back. - $60. 

14 British Museum (N.H.) 1908. A guide to the shell & starfish 
galleries. 133p., numerous figs., 5th ea, cloth backed boards. - $24. 

15 Cernohorsky, W.O. 1971. Rev. ed. Marine Shells of the Pacific. 
Australia, Pacific Publ., 248p., illust., cloth, dj. torn, and 1972. Marine 
Shells of the Pacific V'ol. H. Australia, Pacific Publ, 4 lip., illus., cloth, 
dj. and 1978. Tropical Pacific Marine Shells. Sydney, Australia, Pacific 
Publ., 352p., illus., cloth, dj. - $250. 

16 Child, J. 1965. Australian Sea Shells. Melbourne, 80p., color photos 
Si drawings, paperback edition. - $12. 

17 Child, J. 1957. Shellfish of the Bay of Plenty., 47p., 70 figs., 
Auckland, wraps. - $30. 

18 Cousteau, J.-Y. & P. Diole 1973. Octopus and Squid. The Soft 
Intelligence. New York, 304p., sm4to, 124 color photos & drawings, 
soft cover. - $16. 

19 Cox, I. (cd.) 1957. The Scallop: Studies of a shell and its influences 
on humankind. London, Shell Transport and Trading Co., Ltd., 135p., 
illus., cloth. - $30. 

20 Critchley, P. 1975. The Art of Shellcraft. New York, 96p., photos 
(some color) & drawings, d/w. - $18. 

21 Curtin^ L. 1971. Oyster Farming in New Zealand. Wellington, New 
Zealand, Fisheries Rep. 72, lOOp., 4to, 66 plates & figs., wraps. - $20. 

22 Curtin, L. 1968. Cultivated New Zealand Rock Oysters. Wellington, 
50p. foolscape, 39 figs., 2 tbls., wraps. - $10. 


23 Curtin, L. 1970-1971. Three Fisheries Tech. Reports on rock oysters. 

1970) Suitability of concrete slab spat collectors... at Kaipara Harbour. 

1971) Rock oyster spat catching 1969-70. and (1971) Rock oyster spat 
catching 1970-71. - $12. 

24 Dance, S.P. 1969. Rare Shells. London, Faber & Faber Ltd, !28p., 
illus. dj. - $25. 

25 Dance, S.P. 1976. The World’s Shells; a guide for collectors. New 
York, McGraw Hill Book Co., 192p., illus., cloth, dj. - $12. 

26 Dcas, W. 1972. Seashells of Australia. Adelaide, sm4to album of 
color plates, d/w. - $12. 

27 Dell, R.K. 1952. The Recent Cephalopoda of New Zealand. Dom. 
Mus. Bull. (16):1-157, pis. 1-35, wraps. - $35. 

28 Dell, R.K. 1963-1968. Notes on New Zealand Mollusca in the 
British Museum and 3 other papers from Trans. Roy. Soc. - $12. 

29 Dell, R.K. 1956. The Archibenthal Mollusca of New Zealand. Dom. 
Mus. Bull. 18, 235p., 4to, 27 pis. - $38. 

30 Dell, R.K. 1955-1962. Native Shells. 64p., woodcuts. Nature in New 
Zealand series, all editions. - $8. 

31 Emerson, W.K, & MK. Jacobson 1976. The American Museum of 
Natural History Guide to Shells. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 5I2p 
illus., cloth, dj. [1000 illustrations with 47 pages of photographs, 16 full 
color pages]. - $18. 

32 Foveaux Strait Oysters. 1968-75. 5 papers. - $15. 

33 Gray, J.E. 1833. Some observations on the economy of molluscous 
animals and on the structure of their shells, p. 771-819, 4to, Bound with 
extract from J. Zool. Soc. - $48. 

34 Greenway, J.P.C. 1969. Settlement and growth of a colony of large 
green mussel... in Te Kouma Harbour. WclFington, 14p. flscp., 1 pi., 3 
figs., wraps. - $4. 

35 Greenway, J.P.C. 1969-1972. Four Fisheries Tech. Reports on rock 
oysters. (1969) Testing settlement on various artificial surfaces. (1969) 
Monitoring rock oyster settlement at Mahurangi. (1971) Spat collecting 
at Mahurangi. (1972) Spat collecting at extreme low water levels. - $12. 

36 Habe, T. & Kira 1970 & 1971. Shells of the Western Pacific in 
Color, Vol. I Si II. Japan, Hoikusha Publ. Co., ltd. Vol. I, 224p. Vol. II, 
233p., reprints of the revised editions, cloth, English. - $110. 

37 Haliotis. Seven (of 8) plates of Haliotis lubcrculata mounted on 
boards with 10 pages of descriptive text. Disbound. - $25. 

38 Hector, J. (cd.) 1873. Catalogue of the land Mollusca of New 
Zealand with description of the species. 27p., wraps marked, back worn. 

- $56. 

39 Hcdley, C. 1922. How savages use sea shells, p.163-167, illus. 
Reprint from Australian Museum Magazine, loose in wraps. Signature 
of Elsdon Best. - $24. 

40 Hinton, A. 1972. Shells of New Guinea and the Central Indo- 
Pacific. Australia, Jacaranda Press Pty. Ltd., 99p., 44 color plates, cloth, 
dj. - $18.95 

41 Hornell, J. 1910. The practice of oyster culture at Arcachon and its 
lessons for India. Madras Fish. Bull. 5;90p., 8vo, 6pls., 7 text figs. 
Rebound, some browning of pages. - $40. 

42 Hornell, J. 1916. Indian varieties and races of Turbinella and E. 
Vredenburg A note on the zoological history of Turbinella. 2 articles. 
p.109-125, 4to, map & 2 pis. Mem. Indian Mus. 6(2), front wrap detached, 
some aging of paper. - $20. 

43 Hornell, J. 1921. The common molluscs of South India. Madras 
Fisheries Bull. 6;215p., 61 figs., rebound in India. - $45. 

44 Hornell, J. 1918. The edible molluscs of the Madras Presidency. 
(5lp.) A new protozoan caus of mortality among marine fishes. The 
fishing industry of Tuticorn. The Indian ueche de mer industry, with 
F.A. Nicholson Carp growing in Germany. All bound in 1 volume as 
Madras Fisheries Bull. 1 1. 10 plates & 38 figs. Borer hole in binding not 
affecting contents. - $75. 

45 Hutton, F.W. 1880. Manual of the New Zealand Mollusca. (Marine 
and Land), pp. xiv, iv, 224, 8vo, wrapers, small snag at head, Wellington. 

- $48. 

46 Hutton, F.W. 1873. Catalogue of the marine Mollusca of New 
Zealand. Wellington, xx, 1 16p., plate, 8vo, original wraps bound in cloth 
backed boards. Cancelled stamp on end paper, otherwise good clean 
copy. Scarce. - $52. 

47 Hutton, F.W. 1873. Catalogue of the Tertiary Mollusca and 
Echinodermata of New Zealand in the collection of the Colonial 
Museum. Wellington, p.xiv + 48, 8vo, new wraps. - $30. 

48 Jacobson, MK. & W.K. Emerson 1971. Shells from Cape Cod to 
Cape May. New York, 152p., illus., cloth, dj. - $15. or soft cover - $10. 

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49 Johnstone, K.Y. 1970. Collecting Seashells. New York, 198p., illus., 
cloth, dj. - S20. or soft cover - $10. 

50 Kay, E.A. 1979. Hawaiian Marine Shells - Reef and Shore Fauna of 
Hawaii - Section 4: Mollusca. Bishop Museum Press, 653p., iiius. (coior & 
halftones), cloth, dj. - $40. 

51 Keen, A.M 1971. Seashells of Tropical West America. 2nd cd. 
Stanford, California, 1019p., illustrated with color, halftones and line 
drawings. E.xccllent bibliography. One of the foundation works on 
Eastern Pacific shells. Cloth, dj. - $48. 

52 Lozet, J.B. & C. Petron 1977. Shells of the Caribbean. Tahiti, Les 
editions du pacifique, 13Sp., soft cover, English - $15,; soft cover, 
French - $15. 

53 Malcolom, J. 1912-1927. Three papers on Steward Island oysters, 
Paua and their nutritive value. - $9. 

54 Marine Dept. 1969-1975. 16 Toheroa survey reports. - $16. 

55 Nlartins, E.v. 1873. Critical List of the Mollusca of New Zealand 
contained in European Collections. W'cllington, pp. v, 51, viii, 8vo, new 
wraps, - $42. 

56 Mawe, J. 1831. W'odarch’s Introduction to the Study of Conchology: 
describing the Orders, Genera, and Species of Shells:.... 4th cd., p.xii, 
149, with 7 hand-colored plates, 8vo, new half calf, neatly rebound, 
some minor foxing, - $200. 

57 Mayo, IE. 1944. Shells and how they live. 33p., large rectangular 
8vo, illustrations about half in color. - $10. 

58 McLean, J.H. Marine Shells of Southern California. Nat. Hist. 
Mus., Los Angeles Co., Sci. Scr. 24, Rev. cd., !04p., illustrated in 
halftones, soft cover. [A primary reference for Southern California 
shells with excellent illustrations.] - $10. 

59 Morris, P, A. 1966. A Field Guide to Pacific Coast Shells including 
Shells of Hawaii and the Gulf of California. Houghton Mifflin Co., 
Boston, 2nd ed., 297p., illus., cloth, dj. - $10. 

60 Morris, P.A. 1973. A Field Guide to Shells of the Atlantic and Gulf 
Coasts and the W'est Indies. Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 3rd ed., 330p., 
illus., cloth, dj. [1033 species illustrated in color and halftones], - $16., 
soft cover - $9. 

61 Morton, J.E. 1979. Molluscs. 5th cd., 264p., figs. 1-60, 215 x 133mm, 
soft cover -$15. (1968) 4th ed. rev. - $20. (1958) 1st cd. 232p., 23figs., d/w 


62 Moss, E.G.B. 1908. Beautiful shells. Auckland, 46p., 10 plates, 
signature trimmed from title page, some foxing, printed wraps. - $30. 

63 Moulding, MB. 1967. Shells at Our Feet: An Introduction to 
Shelling in the Bahamas. Sea Scapers, Chicago, 102p., cloth, dj. - $12. 

64 New Zealand Mollusks including: Adams (1886) Land Mollusca of 
Thames goldfields. Kirk (1884) Paper Nautilus. Berry (1914) 
Cephalopods from Kermedec Islands, ana Hutton (1881) New Zealand 
Hydrobiinae. - $25. 

65 New Zealand Mussels 1958-1980. Seven papers. - $21. 

66 New Zealand Scallops 1960-1981. 2 papers plus one on Tasmanian 
culture. - $9. 

67 Olsson, A. A. 1961. Mollusks of the Tropical Eastern Pacific. 
Particularly from the southern half of the Panamic-Pacific faunal 
province (Panama to Peru) - Panamic-Pacific Pclccypoda. PRI. Ithaca, 
NY, 574p., illus., ow. - $58. 

68 Ostergaard, J.M 1955. Some Opislhobranchiale Mollusca from 
Hawaii. Pacific Science, 26p., 2 color plates, 17 figs., plain wraps. - $6. 

69 Parker, A. 1958. Shellcraft. 95p., figs., 8th imp. (1971), d/w. - $12. 

70 Penniket, J.R. & G.J.H. Moon 1970. New Zealand Sta Shells in 
colour. Wellington, 112p., rcct8vo, color photos, d/w. - $25. 

71 Powell, A.W.B. 1955. Mollusca of the southern islands of New 
Zealand. Cape Expedition Bull, (15):138p., 5pls. - $25. 

72 Powell, A.W.B. 1934-1938. Four illustrated reprints in wraps. (1935) 
Tertiary Mollusca from Motutara, (1938) Genus Piacostytlus. (1934) 
Fossils from Cape Runaway. (1938) Pliocene Molluscan Faunule from 
Castle Point. - $20. 

73 Prashad, B. 1929. Indo-Chinese species of Corhicula from China, 
S.E, Russia, Tibet, Formosa & the Philippine Islands. 2 articles, Mem. 
Indian Mus., 9(2):29-68, 4 pis., wraps. - $30. 

74 Ralph, P. & C. Kolcrry 1950. New Zealand Coelentcrales 
Clenophores from Cook Strait. Victoria Univ., Wellington, I Ip., 4 figs. 


75 Rice, T. 1973. Marine Shells of the Pacific Coast. Erco, Inc., 
Tacoma, WA, 102p., illus., soft cover. - $10. 

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76 Rudloc, J. 1971. The Erotic Ocean: A Handbook for Beachcombers 
and Marine Naturalists. Thomas Crowell Co., NY, 448p., illus., cloth, 
dj. - $30. 

77 Smith, J.P. 1898. The development of Lyloceras and Phylloceras. 
Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., p.129-160, 5 pis., wraps worn. - $9. 

78 Solcm, A. 1974. The Shell Makers: Introducing Mollusks. John 
Wiley & Sons, NY, 289p., illus., cloth, dj. - $29. 

79 Suter, H. 1915. Manual of New Zealand Mollusca. Wellington, 4to 
Atlas of plates (only). - $125. 

80 Suter, H. 1915. Alphabetical Hand-List of New Zealand Tertiary 
Mollusca. Wellington, 28p., lgc4to, wiaps. - $55. 

81 Suter, H. 1903-1917. Seven papers on molluscs. (1903) A new genus 
& species of the family Phenacohelicidae. (1905) Supplement to the 
revision of New Zealand Polyplacophora. (1906) Notes on the New 
Zealand Mollusca. wraps torn. (1913) New species of Tertiary Mollusca. 
(1907) New Zealand Polyplacophora. (1907) New Zealand Acmaeidae. 
(1917) On the origin of new species by isolation. - $24. 

82 Tunbridge, B.R. 1967. Feeding habits of Paua (Ualiolis iris). 16p. 
flscp., 2 figs., wraps, Wellington. - $6. 

83 Turton, W. 1857. Manual of the I. and and Fresh-water Shells of the 
British Islands, new edition by J.E. Gray, pp. xvi, 335, with 12 hand- 
colored platccs, cr.8vo, cloth, worn and small tear on spine. - $9.5. 

84 Verdich, C. Rock oyster cultivation & 7 other Marine Dept. 
Technical Reports on rock oysters. - $20. 

85 Wagner, R.J.L. & R.T. Abbott 1977. Wagner and Abbott’s Standard 
Catalog of Shells. 3rd ed., Amcr. Malacologists, FL, with supplements 
thru 1985. Loose-leaf in hard binder for addition of new sections as 
issued. Color & line illustrations. Over 15000 entries. - $65. 

86 Warmke, G.L. & R.T. Abbott. 1975. Caribbean Seashells. Dover 
Publ. Inc., NY, 348p., illus., soft cover. - $7. 

87 Wear, R.G. & J.C. Yaldwyn 1966, Studies on Thalassiiiid Crustacea 
with a description of a new taxea from New Zealand and an account of 
its larval development. Victoria Univ., Wellington, 27p., 5 figs., signed. 
- $4. 

88 Weaver, C.S. & J.E. DuPont 1970. The Living Volutes: A Monograph 
of the Recent Volutidae of the World. Delaware Mus. Nat. Hist,, 375p., 
color illus., cloth. - $45. 

89 Whitchousc, F.W. 1926. The Cretaceous Ainmonoidea of Eastern 
Australia. Mem. Queensland Mus., p.195-242, 8 pis., 2 figs., wraps. - 
$ 12 . 

90 Williams, E.G. 1964. Molluscs from the Bay of Plenty. 41p., map & 
drawings. Portrit frontis,. Ltd. edn. (380/500). NP. Wrapped in polythene 
with press cuttings enclosed. - $56. 

91 Wood, W. 1815. General Conchology: or a description of Shells, 
arranged according to the Linncan System, Vol. I, pp. [iv], 7, Ixi, 246, 
with 59 (1-4, 4*, 5-581 hand colored plates of figures, 8vo, original cloth 
worn and rubbed, (Vol. 1 only published), some copies have 60 plates. - 
$400. 

92 Wood, W. 1825. Index Testaceologicus; or a catalogue of shells, 
British and foreign, (2nd cd.], pp. xxxii, 4, vii-viii, 188, [2], with 38 hand 
colored plates of over 2000 figures, 8vo. gilt morocco neatly repaired 
with calf and rubbed on corners, [pencilled species names in text 
margin; handwritten list loose] - $325. 

93 Woodward, II, H. 1892. On the mode of groolli and the structure of 
the shell in yrlulcs comndcus and other Neritidea. i’roc. Zool. Soc. 
London, 13p., 2 pis., wraps. - $8. 

94 Woodward, S P. 1890. A Manual of the Mollusca being a Treatise on 
Recent and Fossil Sliells. 4ih & last edition. I.ondon, 5l2p + 86p. 
supplement, frontis., 24 pis., 297 figs., folded world man. [This popular 
work was first published in 2 small volumes siiialUto 1851 1854, and a 
supplement issued in 1856]. - $60. 

95 Wright, C.A. 1963. 1 he freshwater Gastropod mollusca of .Atigola. 
Brit. .Mus. (N.IL), p.447-528, 16 plates, 126 figs. - $24. 

96 Wright, C.A. 1963. The freshwater Gastropod Molluscs of Western 
Aden I’roicclorale. Brit. Mus. (N.IL), p. 257-274, 2 iilatcs, 12 figs. & 
map, hard covers. - $20. 

97 Yongc C.M 1960. Oysters. New Naturalist, Monograph No. 18, p. 
xiv, 209, 17 plates, 72 text-figs., 8vo, cloth, cx lib copy, d/w. - $48. 

98 Yongc, C.M & T.E. Thompson 1976. Living Marine Molluscs. 
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99 Zcigicr, R.F. & H.C Porrcca 1969. Olive Shells of the World. 
Zcigicr & Porrcca, NY, 96p., color illus., cloth, dj. - $16. 

100 Zinn, D.J. 1976. The Handbook for Beach Strollers from Maine to 
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Reassignment of the Caribbean Lienardia 

chrysoieuca Melvill, 1923 (Mollusca: Gastropoda), 

and a range extension. 

J. Gibson-Smith & VV. Gibson-Smith, Quinta Puerta del Sol, 

Calle Tucupido, San Roman, Las Mercedes, Caracas 1060, Venezuela 



ABSTRACT 

The small, rare daphnelline, Lienardia chrysoieuca 
Melvill, 1923, known from Cuba, the Greater Antilles 
and the Netherlands Antilles, is reassigned to the 
formerly monotypic genus Truncadaphne McLean, 
1971, the type species of which is "Philberlid' slonei 
Hertlein & Strong, 1939, from the Galapagos Islands. 
The Caribbean form has now been found in 
Venezuela. 


INTRODUCTION 

A small, but very distinctive turrid in our 
Venezuelan Recent collection for long defied identi- 
fication. The diagonally reticulate protoconch sug- 
gested that it was a daphnelline, but nothing similar 
was found in our available Caribbean literature. 
Eventually, a related species was recognized by 
McLean (Keen, 1971, p.762); Truncadaphne stonei 
(Hertlein & Strong, 1939) from the Pleistocene and 
Recent of the Galapagos Islands, and living at a 


depth of 64 to 110m. The Venezuelan form was 
clearly distinct, and was considered to be a new spe- 
cies. Virginia O. Maes concurs with the assignment 
to Truncadaphne McLean, 1971, (in litt., 21 December, 
1984) but noted that the Caribbean form had been 
described twice previously: originally as Lienardia 
chrysoieuca Melvill, 1923, from Cuba, and secondly as 
the junior synonym Glyphostoma permiscere Nowell- 
Usticke, 1969, (not seen) from St. Thomas, St. Croix 
and Klein Bonaire. It has also been found by Jack 
Worsfold in the Bahamas. 

The two genera, Lienardia Jousseaume, 1884, and 
Glyphostoma Gabb, 1872, are not daphnellines. 
McLean (Keen, 1971, p.l29) established the monotypic 
genus Truncadaphne, the type species being "Philbertid' 
stonei Hertlein & Strong, 1939. Lienardia chrysoieuca 
has the attributes of, and is here transferred to, 
Truncadaphne, to become the second known species. 
At the same time, a range extension from the 
Netherlands Antilles to the north coast of South 
America is noted. 


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In the circumstances it is thought worthwhile to 
describe and figure again this little known Caribbean 
taxon, and differentiate it from the East Pacific 
form. 


TAXONOMY 

Family TURRIDAE Swainson, 1840 
Subfamily Daphncllinae Casey, 1904 
Genus Tnmc^aphne McLean, 1971 
Truncadaphne chrysoleuca (Melvill, 1923) 
Lienardia chrysoleuca Melvill, 1923. Proc. Mai. Soc. 
London, p.l70, pi. 5, fig. 18. Cuba 
Glyphostoma permiscere Nowell-Usticke, 1969. A Sup- 
plementary Listing of New Shells (Illustrated), p.29, 
fig.1214. 

Figures 1-4 

Description - Shell small, turreted, whorl shoulder 
tabulate, suture a little impressed, body whorl higher 
than spire. Protoconch narrow, subcylindrical, of 3- 
1/2 tan whorls with diagonal reticulate sculpture. 
Teleoconch of 5-1/4 whorls; spire whorls slightly con- 
vex, body whorl somewhat globose. Sculpture on the 
first teleoconch whorl of 10 axial ribs noded by 2 spi- 
ral cords. Later spire whorls with 2 spiral cords at 
the shoulder, a more prominent cord at the mid-whorl 
and a weaker one below. The 15 axial ribs of the 
body whorl with wider interspaces, are crossed by 8 
spiral cords giving deep, rectangular interspaces; both 
ribs and cords diminish in prominence towards the 
whorl base; intersections strongly noded. Three, 
close-set spiral threads lie between the shoulder and 
the suture. Anterior fasciole long, separated by a 
sulcus and crossed by 7 noded spiral cords. Aperture 
narrow, elongate, tapering to anterior canal. Outer 
lip thickened into a broad, flat varix, deeply exca- 
vated and overhanging behind, and crossed by the 
spiral cords; 7 neat, sharp denticles within, coincident 
with the spiral interspaces. Sinus deeply U-shaped, 
laterally directed and surrounded by a rim of callus; 
the raised fasciole with growth striae ends at the 
back of the varix. Columella smooth, but appearing 


denticulate due to the nodes on the spiral cords of the 
anterior fasciole. Anterior canal short, deeply notch- 
ed, and slightly recurved. Shell white or tan, a nar- 
row brown band at the shoulder, and a broader band 
on the whorl base. 

Voucher specimens - USNM 784725 (figured spec- 
imen); ANSP 3791 13; AMNH 202293; BM(NH). 

Discussion - The material, all from coral reef 
habitats, consists of 15 specimens from Borburata, 
Carabobo State, all occupied by hermit crabs; one 
dead specimen from Isla La Orchila, and a fragment 
from Isla La Tortuga. Truncadaphne chrsoleuca 
differs from T. stonei in having non-bulbous proto- 
conch whorls, a narrower aperture, a different colour 
pattern, and a finer clathrate sculpture with, conse- 
quently, more denticles within the outer lip. It is 
worth mentioning that juvenile Daphnella lymnei- 
formis (Kiener, 1840), the type species of Daphnella 
Hinds, 1844, is sympatric with, and resembles T. 
chrysoleuca. Apart from the similar protoconch, the 
first four spire whorls in D. lymneiformis are tabulate 
at the shoulder, and the sculpture is clathrate and 
nodose. The later sculpture and whorl outline, how- 
ever, arc very different. 

ACKNOWT^EDGEMENTS 
We thank Mrs. Virginia O. Maes for setting us on 
the right track, and for supplying the missing refer- 
ences. 

LITERATURE CITED 

Keen, A.M. 1971. Sea shells of tropical west America. Marine mollusks from 
Baja California to Peru. 2nd ed., Stanford Univ. Press, Stanford, 

California, xiv + 1064p. 

McLean, J.H. 1971. A revised classification of the family Turridae, with the 

proposal of new subfamilies, genera, and subgcncra 
from the Eastern Pacific. The Vcligcr 14(1):1 14-130, 
4 pis. 


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Thanks to Bue Antipora of 
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this photo. 


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FIELD NOTES 


From Alaska: Was on the fishery research vessel 
"Miller Freeman" south of Kodiak Island for about 3 
weeks. Collecting for mollusks was very poor unless 
you like Fusitriton oregonense and juvenile 
Boreotrophon stearnsi. Did get a couple of dozen 
Liomopsis akiitanica which usually arc uncommon. - 
RAE BAXTER 

From Osprey Reef, Coral Sea, Australia: In 
December, 1984, I spent several days collecting at 
Osprey Reef, an isolated atoll in the Coral Sea, 97 
miles from the Australian mainland and 69 miles 
beyond the nearest Barrier Reefs. It consists of an 
almost closed lagoon about 15 miles long in 1200-2000 
metres of water, with no part permanently above 
water. An osprey would have to bring his own perch. 

The opisthobranch fauna, as expected, was not 
particularly rich, comprising 2 species of Elysia 
including a curious white species also found on the 
nearest Barrier Reefs, 2 Chelidonura, 1 Ilaminoca, 2 
Pleurobranchus, 1 Dolahella, 1 Aplysia, 5 phyllidiids, 5 
chromodorids and 2 other cryptobranchs, 3 phancro- 
branchs, 1 Dermalohrancus, 2 acolids and a 
Triloniopsilla, 28 species in all (11 dives). In 
comparison, collecting on outer Barrier Reefs on the 
way to and from Osprey (14 dives) yielded 42 species, 
although generally "common" species were ignored for 
this area. These species comprised 4 Elysia^ 3 
Chelidonura, 1 Philirutpsis, 1 Aplysicp 1 Slylocheilus, 3 
Pleurobranchs including the large P. grandis, 4 
phyllidiids, 1 Dendrodoris, 1 1 chromodorids, 5 other 
cryptobranchs, 5 phanerobranchs including a white 
pustulose Gymnodoris and a Trapania both new to me, 
2 aeolids and 1 tritoniid. 

No species was found on Osprey which was not also 
collected on the Barrier Reefs on this or previous trips. 
Similarly with the macro-prosobranchs, all the species 
occur on the Barrier Reefs with none of those "typical" 
Coral Sea species such as Gourmya gourmyi Crosse, 
Lalirus barclayi (Reeve), and Slrombus thersites 
Swainson, being found. These species arc found very 
rarely or not at all on the Barrier Reefs. So from this 
superficial visit, it would appear that Osprey Reef 
derives its impoverished fauna from the Great Barrier 
Reef to the west, rather than other Coral Sea reefs to 
the east and south. 

One final observation was on the cephalaspid 
Chelidonura inornala Baba, 1949. While I have seen 
up to 3 specimens of this common species crawl across 
live heads of massive corals, on a dawn dive on St. 
Crispins Reef I noticed a specimen in a mucous cocoon 
lying at the edge of a brain coral. As it remained 
immobile for the few minutes of observation, 1 
eventually tore the cocoon and the Chelidonura 
crawled off without any apparent ill-cffects. Which 
animal secreted the cocoon and the apparent 
immunity of C. inornala to the corals remain a puzzle 
to me. - IAN LOCH, The Australian Museum, Sydney, Dept, of 
Malacology, PO Box A285, Sydney South, NSW, Australia 2000 

% :{e ^ :4c tfc 

From Natalia Keller: In September 1985, while 
on an expedition of the new "Vityaz" I had the 
opportunity to study the macroepifauna of Sargassum 
algae in the Sargasso Sea. In the area where we made 

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our studies 2 species of Sargassum were found: S. 
nalans and S. fluilans. They turned out to be the 
home and substratum for rather numerous fauna of 
vertebrate and invertebrate animals. Among them a 
particular pattern of development is obtained by the 
attached forms: encrusting Bryozoa {Membranipora 
sp.), Polychaeta Sedentaria {Spirorbis ' sp.) and 
numerous hydroids (nine genera). These scnclcntar- 
ian sestonophagous animals for covering of diverse 
density on "leaves", vesicular and stem parts of algae. 

Among these one can observe patchy aggregation 
of mobile carnivores (usually around bits of carrion), 
no less important than the sestonophagous animals. 
Among these the most numerous are the Gastropoda 
Prosobranchia Liliopa melanosloma Rang (Brown 
sargassum snail), Polychaeta erranlia’, Plalynereis 
diimeriHi, Audouin and Milne-Edwards) and one 
species of Turbellaria Polycladida. Gastropoda 
Opisthobranchia (Nudibranchia): Doto sp. and Fiona 
pinnala (Eschscholtz) (det. I. Roginskaya). Pantopoda 
and Isopoda are monotonous and innumerable both in 
specific and in quantitative respects. Most striking 
arc the delicate dimensions of the cpifaunal 
carnivores (specimens of L. niclanostoma do not exceed 
1.5 mm in height and 0.8 mm in width) and the high 
productivity and low biomass of the population. We 
noted a clcar-cut selection in the choice of substrata: a 
fundamental mass of animals, predominantly L. 
melanosloma and P. dumerilii, settled on the S. natans 
and, only in the absence of this form, on the 5. 
fliiitans. 1 would appreciate if you or any readers of 
SHELLS and SEA LIFE can give me any information 
whether anyone has established reasons for this 
preference which I find so fascinating? I suppose the 
answer might lie in the varying degrees of roughness 
in the substrata, which facilitates the settling of 
larvae, or possibly in the density of the "leaf" covering, 
although this does not exclude the possibility that this 
matter depends on the varying concentration of 
biologically active substances. The latter were 
recently extracted by Taiwanian researchers (Lin C. 
Tsai S., Yang S., 1983) from the talli of sargassum. In 
my opinion the most interesting result is the following: 
I defined the biomass for the L. melanosloma and P. 
dumerilii taken from sargassum caught in and outside 
the cold rings of the Gulf Stream. As it turns out, it 
reaches maximum number values at the center of the 
ring’s cold spot (30 times greater than in the adjaeent 
waters of Sargasso Sea), characterized by low 
productivity). 

Benthic biomass values 20 times greater than in 
adjacent waters were also observed at stations taken at 
the "trace" site of the second cold ring and along the 
periphery of the third ring where an influx of cold 
slope waters from the north also occurs. Minimum 
benthic biomass values were found in direct proximity 
of the Gulf Stream current. By studies of a number 
of specialists (for example, Wiebe, 1976) a significant 
rise of primary production in slope waters isolated in 
the Gulf Stream rings, have been shown (the 90% 
increase of primary production in the young rings, 
and 40-50% increase in the 3-month-old rings). The 
younger the ring is -- the higher the burst of life. It 
seems to me that as far as I know this is the first time 
that similar results for epifauna of the cold rings of 
Sargasso Sea have been obtained. 

Would you or any of your readers happen to know 
anything about the tendency? I specialize in the 


study of deep water Madreporaria, but the more vast 
problems of Oeean Life interest me as well. - Natalia 

KELLER, Moscow, U.S.S.R. 





Rare Cones from deep water, off the west coast of Barbados, West 







Indies. 

Top row, left to right: Conus cedonulU. C. cenlurio. C. amphiurgus, C. 
vUlepinii. Bottom row, left to right: C. villepinii (similar to type 
illustration), purple form of C. villepinii named C. hunti Wils & 
Moolenbcek, 1979), and two solid-color forms of C. villepinii. 

Photo by David Hunt 








as 


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Jewels of the deep benthos. 

left to right. Fusinus eucosnuus. Conus cedonulli, Fusinus ceramidus 
(two) MUra {(uilUlensis^X Ficus howelli, (two) Laliaxis daili. Phos heaui. 
Morum denmsoni. CalUostoma sp. These rarities from 400-600ft 
depth, west coast Barbados, West Indies. Photo by David Hunt 


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Notes on micromollusk collecting in 

the Caribbean Province. 



Josnne Lightfoot, PO Box 2295, Sedona, Arizona 86336 


RISSOIDAE 

Alvania gradala (Orbigny, 1842). Seven, good to per- 
fect specimens, wave line and dredge material, Delray 
Beach. Size 1 to 2.5mm. Range - West Indies. 
Yokes figures this species and lists it from the 
Yucatan. 

Cingula floridana (Rehder, 1943). Three, almost per- 
fect (white, semi-clear, no brown color), from dredge 
material, Delray Beach. Size 3 to 4mm. Range - 
Florida Keys and Gulf of Mexico to Puerto Rico. 

VITRINELLIDAE 

Vilrinella texana Moore, 1965. Twenty specimens, 
fresh dead (still translucent) to whitened, all in good 
condition, from beach drift, Indian River. Size 0.8 
to 1.5mm. Range - Texas coast. "Shells and Shores 
of Texas," J. Andrews, 1977, figures this species and 
notes the range as Florida, southern Texas. 
Episcynia inornata (Orbigny, 1842). One, perfect 
specimen, from dredge sand, Delray Beach. Size 
2.2mm. Range - Texas, Campeche Bank and Greater 
Antilles. Also, one perfect specimen from beach 
drift. Palm Island, west coast of Florida. 


Acllz underwood ae (Bartsch, 1947) Actual size Smm. Collected from 
wave line, Delray Beach, Florida. 


Two collecting sites in Florida have provided the 
material for these notes - Atlantic Dunes Park, 
Delray Beach (open beach) and the small islands that 
support Ocean Blvd. Bridge, spanning Indian River, 
from Stuart to Hutchinson Island (protected bay 
area). All specimens were taken from beach drift, 
shallow water dredgings, or the wave line of both 
incoming and outgoing tides. In addition, since 
Atlantic Dunes Park has been renourished twice in 
the last 15 years, there is much dredge material from 
deeper waters deposited on the beach. The existing 
range of each species is from "American Seashclls", 
Second Edition, R.T. Abbott, 1974. 

SCISSURELLIDAE 

Scissurella cingulata O.G. Costa, 1861. One, good 
specimen, lip broken, wave line, Delray Beach. Size 
0.9mm. Range - West Indies, Bermuda. "Distribu- 
tion of Shallow-Water Marine Mollusca, Yucatan 
Peninsula, Mexico", H.E. & E.H. Yokes, 1983, figures 
this species and lists it from this area. 

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CAECIDAE 

Caecum condylum Moore, 1969. One, perfect spec- 
imen from dredge sand, Delray Beach. Size 2mm. 
Range - off Texas coast; Yirgin Islands. 

Caecum heladum Olsson & Harbison, 1953. Eight 
specimens, all in good condition, from beach drift, 
Indian River. Size - 2 to 3.8mm. Range - west 
coast of Florida. 

ACLIDIDAE 

Adis underwoodae (Bartsch, 1947). Two, perfect 
specimens from the wave line, Delray Beach. Size - 
1.5 and 3mm. Range - Tampa Bay. 

Bermudaclis tampaensis Bartsch, 1947. One, fair 
specimen, from the wave line, Delray Beach. Size 
1.8mm. Range - Tampa Bay. 

Schwengelia floridana (Bartsch, 1911). Thirty, per- 
fect specimens, from about one pint of material, 
taken from the wave line - incoming tide - the bulk 
of which was just plain sand, Delray Beach. There 
were at least this number again of broken shells. 
Size 2 to 4mm. Abbott describes this species as rare 
and in deep water. 

Henrya morrisoni Bartsch, 1947. Thirty specimens, 
fair to perfect, from beach drift, Indian River. Size 
0.5 to 1.8mm. Range - Tampa to Marco, west 
Florida. Abbott lists two other species under this 



genus, one of which, Henrya goldmani Bartsch, 1947, 
is figured in Yokes. H. morrisoni looks identical 
with H. goldmani and the habitat of all three species 
is the same -- mangrove and saline bays. It is signif- 
icant that this genus is represented commonly in 
beach drift from the east coast of Florida and Little 
Torch Key where it has not previously been reported. 
More work is needed to ascertain if this is just one 
species. 

COLUMBELLIDAE 

Deciphifus sixaolus Olsson & McGinty, 1958. The, 
fair to good specimens, from dredge material, Delray 
Beach. Size 3.2 to 4.5mm. Range - Bahamas to the 
lower Caribbean. 

MARGINELLIDAE 

Marginellopsis serrei Bavay, 1911. Three specimens, 
good to perfect, from wave line, Delray Beach. Size 

1 to 1.4mm. Range - Lower Florida Keys and the 
Caribbean, Brazil. 

PYRAMIDELLIDAE 

Odoslomia teres Bush, 1885. Sixteen specimens from 
beach drift, all in good condition, Indian River. Size 

2 to 4mm. Also collected over 30 specimens from 
dredge material, Delray Beach. All perfect, still por- 
cclaneous - size 3 to 7mm. Range - off North and 
South Carolina, Cape Hatteras; Texas. 

Odoslomia jadisi Olsson & McGinty, 1958. Eleven, 
fair to perfect specimens, dredge material, Delray 
Beach. Size 2 to 3mm. Range - Atlantic Panama to 
Brazil. Yokes figures this species, finding it in one 
of seven collecting stations. 

Odoslomia abbolli Olsson & McGinty, 1958. One, 
good specimen, from wave line, Delray Beach. Size 
1.5mm. Range - Western Caribbean. Yokes figures 
this species. 

Cingidina babylonia (C.B. Adams, 1845). Three, fair 
to good specimens, from dredge material, Delray 
Beach. Size 2 to 2.5mm. Also, two fair specimens, 
2mm, from shallow dredgings. Little Torch Key. 
Range - Bermuda and the West Indies. 


LEPTONIDAE 

Leplon lepidum Say, 1826. Four, single valves, per- 
fect, from beach dredge material, Delray Beach. 
Size 3.8 to 5mm. Range - South Carolina, Texas. 
SPORTELLIDAE 

Ensilellops sp. Twenty single valves, chalky, good 
condition, beach drift, Indian River. Size 6.5 to 
13mm. Abbott lists. 

Ensilellops protexta (Conrad, 1841), off North Caro- 
lina, from 22 fathoms and rare; and Ensilellops 
pilsbryi (Dall,1889), off North Carolina in 49 fathoms. 
Yokes figures Ensilellops tabula Olsson & Harbison 
(no date given), uncommon in their data. It is sig- 
nificant that this genus is found in these numbers at 
this location. 

All of the above-mentioned species are figured in 
one of the three books used as reference, with the 
exception of Aclis underwoodae (Bartsch, 1947), which 
is figured here. 

A few additional remarks about wave line collect- 
ing may be helpful. The best results have been 
obtained from beaches that yield a good variety in 
the obvious drift accumulation. The line the wave 
makes on the sand is collected, dried and then sifted. 
There is very little to be seen with the naked eye. 
the first sift yields the largest material, aclis, 
caecidae, pyramidellids, large pteropods, and small, 
common shells. The second, finer sift yields shells 
1mm or less. Much of this material is difficult to 
identify, i.e. protoconchs, tiny pteropods and many 
unknowns. This material is similar to what is seen 
when viewing plankton through a low power micro- 
scope. It is a painstaking and time consuming task, 
but one that is very rewarding. Even after two sift- 
ings, there are microscopic shells left in the residue, 
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From Florida: Allow me to extend my admiration 
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of shells off the coast of Puerto Rico, while assigned 
to Ramey Air Force Base in Puerto Rico, for three 
years, as a Captain, USAF. Since returning to the 
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with my wife and three children and have contented 
myself with shell club participation, with infrequent 
diving trips to Puerto Rico and the Florida Keys and 
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sand specimens which I acquired through diving -- 


with trades and purchases, to include shells world- 
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so current and out of print books on shells and sea 
life. Being in financial and regulatory management 
for Illinois Bell Telephone Company, an attorney, a 
college instructor, an elected public official and a 
avid tennis player as well as a marathon runner - I 
freely admit that not all of my waking moments have 
been spent devoted to shells and related subjects - 
although, for sure, some of my most pleasurable have 
been, and certainly some of the nicest people I have 
met, I have come to know through shelling and 
related interests. 

Looking through the Dealer Directory published 
in the June Supplement of SHELLS and SEA LIFE - 
made me realize that it has been several years since I 
made a general mailing for free dealers lists and cata- 
logues, which I actively use to develop my collection. 
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logues. Please respond to: - h. richard winters, 23 

Blue Grass Court, Oak Brook, IL 60521 

From Qatar: Seems sad in some ways to leave 
Doha after 6 years but I am really looking forward to 
Dubai and the U.A.E. in general. At least I should 
be able to devote more time to shells soon as I have 
been able to hand over chairmanship at the Doha Sub 
Aqua Club to someone else. Along with committ- 
ments to the Natural History Society and guest lec- 
tures, TV programs, etc. plus a full time job it was all 
becoming a bit too much. 

Had a really good 2 week trip to the Seychelles, 
more of that later I hope - and some very good dives 
around a 2-1/2 year old oil tanker some 4 hours out 
from Doha. It sank after a fire (not a war casualty) 
and thankfully caused no pollution. It lies in 30 
meters of water and has become a paradise for fish 


and invertebrate life. The finds I have had there 
are well worth an article which I promise I will do 
my best to write soonest! Also received some close 
up lenses for my Nikonos camera but sadly the flash 
had to go to Japan after a flood. So after repair I 
hope to send some underwater shots of interest. 

After September, 1986, my address will be: A. 
Woodward, c/o A1 Habtoor Motors, PO Box 9879, 
Dubai, U.A.E. 

From Denmark: Other news: I spent 3 weeks in 
Hong Kong in April, participating in the 2nd 
International Workshop on the Marine Flora and 
Fauna of Hong Kong and Southern China. I got 3 
new species of Ascoglossa, besides several of the 
species I found during my last visit in 1983. This 
time I also had the time to do some experimental 
work on the feeding behavior of these animals. - 

KATHE JENSEN, Zoologisk Museum, Universitetsparken 15, DK 2100, 
Kobenhavn, Danmark 

From Philippine Islands: ... I have just started a 
shell club here in San Miguel (Sand Miguel Sand 
Dollars) and would like to amass a club library - we 
are an off-shoot of the San Miguel Coral Climber 
Scuba Club. ... I am interested in starting a monthly 
newsletter. I was in the Guam Shell Club with Capt. 
Alexander Roth for several years and was 
SHOCKED to find out that there was no operating 
shell club at Subic Bay, Cubi Point or San Miguel - I 
mean, this is the Philippines - Shell Heaven! I will 
most likely start a club at Subic as well - that is 
where I work. San Miguel is a small temporary 
housing/communications base 50 minutes drive north 
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coral reefs — beautiful! ~ Danny McBride, Naval Communication 
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172 CURRENT EVENTS 

173 R.L Shimek - A diet that stings; sea anemones as food for 
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175 WHAT IS IT? 

176 K. St Jean - Xenophora (Subgenus Onustus) Swainson 1840 - 
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Meetings & Shows 

1987 


Southwest Florida Shell Show, January 16-18, Fort Myers. Contact: 
John Vaughan, Box 05962, Tice, FL 33905, (813) 693-1913. 


Astronaut Trail Shell Show, January 23-25, Melbourne Auditorium, 
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For more information, contact American Littoral Society, Highlands, 
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Hochberg, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta Del 
Sol Rd., Santa Barbara, CA 93105, Phone: (805) 682-4711. 


Sanibel Shell Fair, March 5-8, Sanibel Island, Borida. Contact: Ralph 
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Marco Island Shell Show, March 10-12, Marco Island, Borida. 
Contact: Evelyn & Malcolm Currier, 809 Dandelion Ct., Marco Island, 
FL 33937, (813) 394-7898. 


Shellarama 87, March 13-15, Sea World, Orlando, Borida. Contact: 
Dave Green, Central Borida Shell Club, 5883 Pitch Pine Dr., Orlando, 
FL 32819, (305) 345-0286. 


Western Society of Malacologists, June 21-25, 20fh Annual Meeting, 
San Diego State University, San Diego. Call for papers is out. 
Contact: Carole M. Hertz, San Diego Natural History Museum, PO Box 
1390, San Diego, CA 92112, (619) 232-3821 ext. 228. 

Western Society of Naturalists, December 27-30, California State 
University, Long Beach, California. Dr. Don Reish will be the local 
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A diet that stings; 

sea anemones as food for snails. 

Ronald L. Shimsk, PO box 69793, Seattle, Washington 98168 


We are accustomed to thinking of opisthobranchs as predators of cnidarians such as sea 
anemones, hydroids, and sea pens, and probably most of the molluscan predators of these 
groups are indeed opisthobranchs. Nonetheless, some prosobranchs are also predators on 
coelenterate flesh. In temperate waters, perhaps the most notable of these are wentletraps, 
Opalia and Epitonium. Subtidally, in the Pacific Northwest, several species of Epitonium are 
found, but seldom are they abundant. 



Epitonium indianonim near Pachycerianthus. Waldron Island, 
Washington, -20m, July 2, 1982. Ronald L Shimek photo. 


One of the largest of these, Epitonium indianorum, is 
found in areas that have high concentrations of its prey, 
the tube dwelling cerianthid sea anemone, Pachy- 
cerianthus fimbriatus. In these areas, the snails can be 
found around the base of the anemone’s tube. The 
cerianthids are very sensitive to disturbance and will with- 
draw rapidly into their tubes when they are touched. 
This response appears to help them avoid being eaten by 
their major predators in this region, the large 
Dendronotus iris, which can consume entire anemones in 
rather short order. The wentletraps get by the defenses 
of the anemone by stealth and sloth... Moving at a 
snail’s pace, they creep under the crown of tentacles, 
and approach the side of the tube. Apparently they 
move so slowly, that they just don’t disturb the anemone 
enough to trigger the escape response. Then they 
insert their proboscis through the tube and into the 
anemone, which does not seem to respond to the punc- 
ture. The snail remains buried next to the column of the 
anemone eating its flesh, while the anemone seemingly 
ignores it. 



Pachycerianthus fimbriatus. Camano Island, Washington, Ca- Dendronotus iris and eggs. Wizard Island, B.C., Canada, -17m, 

mano State Park, -10m, July 4, 1976. Ronald L. Shimek photo. June 24, 1983. Ronald L. Shimek photo 



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S&SL 18(11) Shimek - A diet that stings.... 


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Pachycehanthus fimbriatus. Saanich Inlet, B.C., Canada, -20m, Stomphia didemon. Lowell Point, Alaska, -25m, November 13, 

March 30, 1983. Ronald L. Shimek photo. 1977. Ronald L. Shimek photo. 



Epitonium sawinae on Stomphia didemon. San Jose Island, B.C., 
Canada, -20m, July 13, 1984. Ronald L. Shimek photo. 



Stomphia didemon with Epitonium sawinae on the column. 
British Columbia, Canada, -27m, June 15, 1984. Ronald L. 
Shimek photo. 


Beringius kennicottii eating Urticina crassicomis. Note probos- 
cis of upper snail, Homer, Alaska, September 7, 1979. Ronald L. 
Shimek 


A smaller wentletrap, Epitonium sawinae, is found In 
deeper waters and preys on the swimming anemone, 
Stomphia didemon. When Stomphia is approached by 
any of several species of sea star predators, it will 
detach from the substrate and swim clumsiiy away. 
Sometimes, this same response is elicited by the opis- 
thobranch, Aeolidia papiiiosa. The response is not trig- 
gered by the Epitonium, this small snail appears to be 
able to crawl up the column of the anemone without the 
anemone starting its escape response; when it finds a 
suitable site, it inserts its proboscis, and starts to feed. 
I have seen as many as six snails on the sea anemone 
consuming its tissue. 

A similar method of feeding is seen in the much larger 
buccinid gastropod of the northern seas, Beringius 
kennicottii. Although this species is most commonly 
found in the shallow subtidal environments of south cen- 
tral Alaska, and the Aleutians, it occasionally ventures 
into the intertidal in areas where the tidal range is 
extreme. Around Homer, Alaska, on the southern Kenai 
Peninsula, Beringius can sometimes be found in the low 



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S&SL 18(11) Shimek - A diet that stings. 

intertidal areas on extreme tidal exchanges. In these areas, Beringius eats the relatively large intertidal sea anem- 
one, Urticina {Tealia) crassicornis. This anemone reaches diameters of 10 centimeters or more in those areas, and 
it is relatively common. When a hungry Beringius encounters a suitable anemone, it extends its proboscis, cuts a 
hole in the outer epidermis of the anemone and proceeds to eat the inner tissues of the prey, leaving just the outer 
husk. The meal takes a couple of days, and then the snail crawls away. 

Other prosobranchs, particularly in the tropics where Cyphoma and Simnia specialize on gorgonian soft-corals, eat 
the flesh of cnidarians. Nonetheless, In the temperate seas, the cnidarians seem to be much more at risk from the 
depredations of their much more common and voracious opisthobranch predators. 


What is it? 



Anemonia sulcata. Blue Sea Anemone. Photo by E.R. Degginger 






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S&SL 18(11) St Jean - Xenophora ...The Range Builders. 


Xenophora (Subgenus Onustus) 
Swainson 1840 - The Flange 
Builders 

Kate St. Jean, Longview, Washington 


Several thousand miles separates the four Xenophora 
that are the flange builders. The Xenophora {Onustus) 
indica Gmelin, Pliocene, Seria Formation, Sarawak 
Malasia, and the Xenophora {Onustus) exuta Reeve 1 842, 
Pliocene, Japan; the Xenophora {Onustus) caribaea Petit, 
1857; and the Xenophora {Onustus) longleyi Bartsch 
from the Caribbean, also with no known fossil record, 
have evolved a new method of protection. Instead of 
agglutinating shells, rocks and other debris from the 
ocean floor to the periphery of their shells to form a 
flange, those four species have produced a wide periph- 
eral flange replacing the agglutinated material. 


Two other Xenophora have produced a flange of prom- 
inent blunt digitations. Xenophora {Stellaria) Solaris 
Linne, 1764, with no attachments on the digitations, and 
Xenophora {S.) testigera digitata von Martens, 1878, have 
agglutinated to each digitation a tiny piece of shell. 


The evolution of the flange began in the Eocene period 
of England with the fossil Xenophora {Xenophora) 
extensa Sowerby, 1871. This flange closely resembles 
those of the four Recent species in the Xenophora 
{Onustus) group. The extensa has a wide peripheral 
flange which is porcelaneous beneath with an umbo 
closed by a callus. The shell is thin and has a few 
attachment scars. The other Eocene species, Xeno- 
phora aegyptica Oppenheim, 1906, from Egypt, and an 
unnamed species known from a mold in the British 
Museum, from the Eocene-Oligocene of Jamaica, are 
taller-spired but otherwise appear to be similar to extensa 
and species of the Onu'stus in general. 


Xenophora {Onustus) indioa (Gmelin, 1791) 
Johann F. Gmelin, 1791, came from a distinguished 
German family of scientists, botanists and chemists. He 
was a professor at Tuebingen University and edited an 
edition of Linne’s System Natura. In 1791 he described 
and named Trochus indicus Gmelin, which was subse- 
quently renamed Xenophora Onustus indica (Gmelin, 
1791). 


The flange raises the shell about 6 to 29mm above the 
substrate thus fascilitating the animals movements over 
the rubble of the ocean floor. It provides a wide base so 
that the shell with its heavy load of debris will not become 
top heavy and topple over. The flange provides a can- 
opy under which the animal can graze in safety for longer 
periods of time. The flange also gives the animal olfact- 
ory protection thus making it less susceptible to preda- 
tion by making it more difficult to smell the animal. 


Xenophora indica (Gmelin, 1791) Dorsal view. Photo by George St. 
Jean 


Xenophora indica (Gmelin, 1791) Ventral view. Photo by George St. 
Jean 


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In 1797 George Humphrey, a well known English shell 
dealer, named the genus Onustus which was sub- 
sequently described by the Adams brothers in their 
Genera of Recent Mollusca, vol. 1, 1854. "Shell troch- 
oform... covered with fragments of shells and stones near 
the suture and apex, periphery surrounded by tubular 
spines or radiating processes; umbilicus wide and deep; 
outer lip produced above, receding far beneath. 

William Swainson, an important English conchologist 
and publisher, published (1840) The Treatise on 
Malacology in which he named and described the sub- 
genus {Onustus) Swainson, the Genus in which the four 
Xenophora that produced flanges are now placed. 
Swainson’s description of the Onustus indica follows: 

The indica has a thin shell, with a wide peripheral fiange, 
simply and weakely digitated. Porcelaneous below. Umbil- 
icus narrow to wide, sometimes plugged with a callus. For- 
eign objects attached to the apex are small and 
inconspicuous, leaving most of the shell surface exposed. 
Onustus means burdened or loaded which is a curious name 
for a genus that has few if any attachments. Range mea- 
sures 70mm. 

Lovell Reeve in his Conchologia Systematica (1841- 
42) describes the indica. "Shell orbicular, convex, sharp 
at the apex, very thin, very finely striated, white rose 
tinted toward the upper part, the periphery of the whorls 
is dialated, very acute, under the surface deeply 
umbilicated, and brown banded." I never remember 
seeing this shell with any shells or pebbles attached to it 
but the first two or three whorls sufficiently indicate that 
some have been agglutinated to it at one time or another 
by the numerous indentations which they exhibit. 

Reeve gives the habitat as Conchin China and Dr. Pon- 
der lists the habitat as the tropical Indian Ocean, exclud- 
ing the Arabian Sea, Indo-China and western Pacific and 
tropical eastern Australia. 


Xenophora exuta Reeve, 1842, dorsal view. Photo by George St. Jean 
of photo in Reeve, Conchologia Systematica. 

flange which consists of creamy white scallops. The 
flange measures 65mm in width. The whorls on the 
shell are visible and are lighter at the apex, growing 
darker at the periphery where there is no sign of 
attachments. The umbo is completely open, and is di- 
agonally curved with grooves and striae. The base is a 
shiny cream color varying from orange to brown or white. 
A few tiny imprints of attachments are visible on the pro- 
toconch. 


Xenophora {Onustus) exuta Reeve, 1842 


Xenophora exuta Reeve, 1842, ventral view. Photo by George St. 
Jean of photo in Reeve, Conchologia Systematica. 


This shell is very similar to Xenophora indica and 
resembles it in general features, but it is flatter, has a 
stronger and more undulating edge to the peripheral 


Xenophora exuta, dorsal & ventral view. Photo by George St. Jean 



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Dr. Ponder lists the distribution and habitat as central Indo-Pacific from south- 
ern Japan to southern Indonesia, tropical Western Australia and Papua. The two 
species are sympatric throughout much of the Indo-Pacific and can be 
distinguished by scalloped peripheral of the exuta and the smooth flange of the 
indica. 



Xenophora caribaea dorsal view. Photo by George St. Jean 



Xenophora caribaea ventral view. Photo by George St. Jean 

Xenophora {Onustus) caribaea Petit de la Saussage, 1857 

The shell is about 55mm in width (not including foreign attachments), and is 
umbilicated and light in structure. There are 8-8.5 whorls regularly increasing in 
size. The cape extends well below the body whorl and is irregularly scalloped 
along its margin forming the flange which is 25-35mm in width. The shell is the 
color of milk or glassy white, while the base is creamy. 


The sculpture on the base is 
made of very fine concentric 
growth lines which develop into 
ridges within the umbilicus 
which is completely open. The 
attachments are few and placed 
regularly and neatly on the peri- 
phery and include small shells, 
shell fragments and other small 
objects. 

The shell of this species can 
be readily distinguished from 
Xenophora {Onustus) longleyi 
by its smaller size and the less 
concave base which has a ridge 
around its outer edge, just inside 
the peripheral flange. Xen- 
ophora caribaea tends to occu- 
py shallower water than the 
longleyi, the average depth for 
the latter species being about 
400-30mm, while that of Xeno- 
phora caribaea is about 300- 
33mm. The caribaea ranges 
from N.E. Gulf of Mexico, the 
Caribbean Sea, and Brazil. 
Flange measures 60mm. 

It is probable that the types of 
the caribaea are in the collection 
maintained by the Journal de 
Conchyliologie, France. The 
type locality is the island of 
Marie Galante near Guadelupe, 
Lesser Antilles collected in 20-75 
fathoms. 

(continued next page) 



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S&SL 18(11) St Jean - Xenophora ...The Range Builders. 



Xenophora longleyi dorsal. Photo by George St. Jean. 


Xenophora {Onustus) longleyi Bartsch, 1931 

"During the summer of 1931, Dr. William H. Longleyi, 
Executive Officer of the Marine Biology Laboratory of the 
Carnegie Institute at Tortugas Florida, made a number of 
deep sea dredge hauls. In one of the hauls large living 
Xenophora were obtained in 98-125 fathoms of water, 
which proved to be an unidentified species of Xenophora, 
which I take pleasure in naming for Dr. Longley." - Dr. 
Paul Bartsch, U.S. National Museum, described the shell. 

Shell reaches 140-1 59mm in width not including for- 
eign attachments. It is umbilicated and light in structure. 
The whorls number 8-8.5 regularly increasing in size. 
The cape extends well below the body whorl, and is 
somewhat irregularly scalloped along the margin. The 
spire is usually extended, forming an angle of about 85 
degrees. The sculpture on the base is of fine but very 
strong concentric growth lines. 

Xenophora longleyi has been found at 98-150 fathoms, 
the 150 fathoms extending deeper than any recorded 
depth for X. caribaea. It appears to be a much more 
rare shell than the X. caribaea as it is recorded at far 
fewer stations than the records of the Atlantic expedition. 
The range is listed as off Cape Fear, North Carolina, 
south to Barbados. 


The holotype is in the United States National Museum 
no. 82689 found south of Loggerhead Key, Dry Tortugas, 
Florida in 98-125 fathoms. W.H. Longley collector, 
1931. Paratype from the same locality and station. 
Common name Longley’s collector shell. 



Xenophora longleyi ventral view. Photo by George St. Jean. 


Comparison of longleyi and oaribaea 

Xenophora longleyi differs from the X. caribaea in pos- 
sessing strongly shingled or overlapping whorls, having a 
wider umbilicus, but lacking the submarginal depression. 
The basal margin is concave at the aperture and pos- 
sessing fine bladelike ridges which butress the cape. 
The two species are similar in their general shape, their 
light structure, and in possessing fine, irregular rippie-iike 
sculpture. 



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Barbados Shells 

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Left to right: Latiaxis dalli (165m depth), with small black coral tree 
growing on its dorsum; Primovula camea Poiret, 9mm shell dredged 
alive at 100m depth; Latiaxis sp. (165m depth) that may be new to sci- 
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S&SL 18(11) Baba - Janolus in Japan. 


Janolus in Japan 

KikUtSrO Bsba, Shigigaoka 35, Minami-ll-jyo, Sango-cho, Ikoma-gun, Nara-ken, Japan 636 


Data map of Janolus in Japan. 



Gosliner, T.M. 19S2. The genus Janolus (Nudibranchia: Armlnacea) from the Pacific Coast of North America, with a reinstatement of Janolus fuscus O'Oonoghue, 1 924. The Vellger 24(3): 
219-226. 

Takaoka Biological Club 1978. Distributional list of the Opisthobranchia on the Central Japan Sea Coast. 146p., 1+10 pis., 170 maps, (in Japanese) 

Takaoka Biological Club 1978. Photographic illustration of the Opisthobranchia on the Central Japan Sea Coast. 53p., 1 map, 114 figs, (in Japanese) 


Janolus indicus (Eliot, 1909); Antiopella) from Tamagawa, Echizen Coast, Japan. 

Janolus indicus (Eliot, 1909; Antiopella). 

Tamagawa-koyanagi-umiushi. 

Antiopella indica Eliot, 1909: 143-144. - Okhmandal, India 
Janolus indicus. Gosliner, 1981: 30, 32-33. 

Material: Tamagawa, Echizen Coast, Japan, 1 sp., collected by the Takaoka Biological Club, VIII-13-1966, length 30mm alive. The animal was 
figured by Izumi by pencil and by Abe in color. 

General ground color of body brownish yellow with dark brown (chocolate brown) minute spots scattered on the back, rhinophores, inter- 
rhinophoral crest, branchial papillae (cerata) and sides. Orange yellow spots and a fine network of opaque white occur also on the central 
region of the back. The sole is brownish yellow with dark brown spots and an opaque white network. Minute conical papillae are visible on the 
posterior surface of the rhinophores. The branchial papillae are smooth. The liver diverticulum is branched in these papillae. The jaw plates 
are strong, bearing a few (2 or 3) blunt denticles on the edge. Radula much reduced in size. Radular formula 40(?) x 15-20.1.15-20. The 
central tooth and all the lateral teeth are smooth. Genitalia not examined. 

The present animal agrees with the type of J. indicus in the brown-spotted body-color and in the morphology of the denticulated jaw-plates 
and smooth radular teeth. 


S&SL 18(11) Baba - Janolus in Japan. 


183 



Fig. 1. Janolus Indicus (Eliot, 1909); Antiopella) from 
Tamagawa, Echizen Coast, VIII-13-1966, length 30mm alive, 
figured by Izumi and Abe. a - anus; cr • inter-rhinophoraJ crest 



Fig. 2. Janolus Indicus (Eliot, 1909; Ant'opelle) from Tamagawa, Echizen Coast, VIII-13-1966, length 30mm alive. 
Anatomy by Baba. A: Branchial papilla; B: Pharynx from the right side; C: Paired jaw-plates in front view; D: A right 
half-row of radulet L - Liver; I] - left jaw; m - central tooth; o - opening of the pharynx; oe - oesophagus; ra - radula; rj • 
right jaw; z - ligament. 


Eliot, C. 1909. Report on the nudibranchs collected by Mr. James Homell at Okhamandal In Kattiawar in 1905-6. In: 

Report to the Government of Baroda on the marine Zoology of Okhamaindal in Kattiawar, 1: 137-145. 
Gosliner, T.M. 1981. The South African Janolidae (Moltusca, Nudibranchi^ with the description of a new genus and 
two new species. Ann. S. Afr. Mus., 86(1):1-42, 1 pi. (color). 

BABA, K., H. IZUMI & T. ABE (submitted by K. Baba, Shigigaoka 35, Mlnami-ll-jyo, Sango-cho, Ikoma-gun, Nara-ken, 
J8ip€ui 636) 



Janolus toyamensis Baba & Abe, 1970, Kinoura, Noto, Japan, Takaoka Biological Club collection. August, 11, 1985, 
length 6mm. Photo by Kikutaro Baba. 


* -k it it -k 


Janolus toyamensis Baba & 
Abe, 1970 from Nuka, Echi- 
zen Coast, Japan. 

Janolus toyamensis Baba & Abe, 1970. 
Koyanagi-umiushi. 

Janolus toyamensis Baba & Abe, 1970: OS- 
OS, f. 1. - Toyama Bay; Gosliner, 1981: 31, 
32-33, f. 20, C; f. 27, E; f. 28; G - Hawaii. 

Materiai: Nuka, Echizen Coast, 3 species, 
collected by the Takaoka Biological Club, 
VIII-15, 10-1975, length 8mm alive. 


Generai ingeguement of body pale 
brownish yeilow with opaque white lines on 
the back, branchial papillae and sides. 
Opaque white pigment is thick on the 
pericardium, anal papillae and tail end. 
Rhinophores slightly corrugated, they are 
dark brown below but opaque white at the 
tip. Inter-rhinophoral crest black. Uver 
system in the body is greenish brown. It 
passes into the branchial papillae, and 
forms branches. Externally these papillae 
are smooth, or sparsely tuberoulated. 
Each branchial papilla has a reddish brown 
tip and subapical yellow spot. 


Foot sole yellowish white with opaque 
white lines as above. Jaw-edge with a few 
(2 or 3) blunt denticles. For the radula see 
Baba & Abe, 1970: 63, f. 1. Penis may be 
protruded. 



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S&SL 18(11) Baba - Janolus in Japan. 



Fig. 1. Janolus toyamensis Baba & Abe, 1970 from Nuka, Echizen Coast, VIH-15,16-1975, 
length 8mm alive. A; Fully extended animal In dorsal view; B: Rhinophores; C: Branchial 
papilla; 0: Head and foot from below, a - anus; b - reddish brown; cr * inter>rhlnophoral 
crest; g - genital orifice; L - liver; n - nephroproct; p - penis; t - oral tentacle; w - opaque white 
lines; y • yellow spot. 



Fig. 2. Janolus toyamensis Baba & Abe, 1970 from Nuka, Echizen Coast, VIII-15, 16-1975, 
length 8mm alive. A: Animal from the right side; 8: Pharynx from the same side; C; Paired 
jaw-plates in frontal view, a - anus; g - genital orifice; I] • left jaw; n - nephroproct; o • 
opening of the pheirynx; oe - oesophagus; rj - right jaw; z - ligament. 

Baba, K. & T. Abe 1970. Two new species of Janolidae from Toyama Bay, Japan 
(Gastropoda: Nudibranchia). The Veliger, 13(1): 63-66. 

Gosliner, T.M. 1981. The South African Janolidae (Mollusca, Nudibranchia) with the 
description of a new genus and two new species. Ann. S. Afr. Mus., 86(1): 1-142, 1 pt. 
(color) 


Janolus toyamensis Baba & Abe, 1970 from Akazumi, 
Noto Peninsula, Japan. 



Janolus toyamensis Baba & Abe, 1970. Koyanagi-umiushi. Azuma, Noto Peninsula, Vltl-10- 
1974, 2 species, Takaoka Biological Club coll., length 7-10mm. 

General integument of body yellowish white with opaque white lines and dark brown 
flecks on the back, sides and sole. Rhinophores dark brown, inter-rhinophoral crest black, 
b • reddish brown tip; L - liver; w - opaque white lines; y - yellow spot. 

Jaws and radula in the type specimen of Janolus 



Baba, K. & T. Abe 1970. Two new species of Janolidae from Toyama Bay, Japan 
(Gastropoda: Nudibranchia). The Veliger 13(1):63-66. 


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on the DRIFTLINE 


From Qatar 

The book - well it Is on shells of Qatar 
and though it is at the printers at the 
moment Tor an estimation of the costs 
involved per 500 copies there is still quite a 
lot of work to do - completing the errors 
etc. and identifying the few species that 
could not be found from my library and 
through friends. The work is based on my 
own collection - mainly because there is to 
my knowledge no other collector in Qatar 
doing any serious work who is willing to 
come forward and help! 

The museum, although an award winning 
design and a very pleasant building 
(converted from an old Emir's palace on 
the seafront) has an aquarium of super 
dimensions - occasionally has a shark or 
two and lots of grouper etc. but no 
malacology department. I was asked to 
try and sort one out but frankly I haven't 
had the time. I took over as chairman of 
the diving club here (Doha Sub-aqua Club) 
and enjoy that scene very much. It also 
greatly helps expand the scope of 
collecting. Some recent dives over spong- 
es have produced lots of spectacular 
Nudibranchs. Maybe I will try to Include a 
few photos in the book but at this time it 
will be difficult especially as identification is 
really not my forte. Anyway I am getting 
into the area of micro's so another 
publication is possible and to beef up that 
one the Nudibranchs would be a good 
complement don't you think? fed. - YES!] 

It may bo that I will have to finance this 
book myself, I really don't know but it is 
also possible that a translated copy into 
Arabic - the first? - will goad someone into 
paying for it. The Government are 
perhaps willing to finance this one but what 
happens is that their Publications Depart- 
ment then keeps all the copies to give out 
on an ad hoc basis and that is not what I 
want - it should be available to collectors 
as well as interested persons everywhere. - 

A. WOODWARD, Doha, Qatar 

From Pennsylvania 

Bonnie Cristofel of The Shell Connec- 
tion is moving to Rorida. She will be 
moving her shell business sometime before 
the end of February. We will list her new 
address and telephone number £ts soon as 
available. 


Clam - by Scooter Beers 


From Hungary 

In the Hungarian Agricultural Museum 
library we have very bad, old and few 
seashell journals or compendiums and no 
seashell books. This year the Society for 
Popularization of Scientific l^owledge 
wants to exhibit my shell collection but I 
don't have very many shells from Central 
America or the South Pacific. My personetl 
favorites are mostly Volutidae. 

I will be happy to exchange Mediterran- 
ean Sea, Black Sea, Baltic Sea, Senegal, 
Madagascar and Asian-Arctic moilusks. All 
have accurate scientific names with precise 
locality information. In the case of deep 
water species, latitude and longitude data 
will be given along with depth, gambor 

TOMPAl, Zoology • Invertebrates, Strobl A.u.7., 
H.ep.ll.em.204., H • 1087 Budapest, Hungary 

From Australia 

l live 40km miles from Townsville on the 
Highway 78. Have an extensive non- 
scientific collection of shells and fossils and 
would welcome one or two visitors if near 
Townsville. I chanced to meet Clifford & 
Mabel Koesler of Electric City USA while 
they were in Queensland around ten years 

ago. - ARNOLD E. JOHNSON, (olT Reids Road), 
Woodstock 4816, Northern Queensland, Australia. 

From Central California 

One of my students is working with Dr. 
Richard Willan in New Zealand on global 
differences in Berthellina citrina (=S. 
engeli). The student, Paul Dunn, badly 
needs preserved material for California, 
Hawaii, and other known localities. Con- 
tact me for assistance getting material to 
Paul. - D.W. BEHRENS, P.G.&E Sloassay Lab, PO Box 
117, Avila Beach, CA 93424 

From Romania 

All of my serial Gastropoda Romanlae Is 
written in the Ftomanian language, not 
"Hungarian* as listed in Shells and Sea 
Ufe. Volume 1 has appeared in 1986 and 
is on the way to you. It includes a General 
Part (gastropod history, classification prob- 
lems, general characteristics, ecology, etc.), 
and the subclasses Prosobranchia and 
Qpisthobranchia from Ftomania. Volume 2 
Is at the printers, j^ed. - My apology; I will 
correct the next listings of these books] - 

Prof. Df. ALEXANDRU V. GROSSU, Facultaiea de 
Biologle, Unh/ersltatea BucurestI, Splalul Indepentei, 93, 
BucurestI, ROMANIA 


From Alaska 

There just are not enough days in the 
week or hours in the day to get every thing 
done I want to do. Back Friday [26 
September] from 2 months in the Western 
Aleutians on a N.O.A.A., National Marine 
Rsheries Service chartered vessel doing 
resource assessment. Now have another 
year's worth of moilusks and fish to work 
up in addition to the year's worth I already 
had. For 1986 I already have 285 stations 

with about 4,000 lots of moilusks Got 

some major range extensions - Washing- 
ton to the Aleutians for 2 species of 
nudibranchs among others. 

1 leave tomorrow [2 Qctober] for a couple 
of months to the lower Cook Inlet area.... 

As I read the letters to the editor in 
Shells & Sea Life from people complaining 
about the book lists in your paper 1 think 
they should think about subsidizing your 
operation if they don't like the way you 
have to do it in order to survive. 1 
appreciate the book list as a source to 
improve my library (probably because I do 
my own collecting and do not collect, 
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There are no actual malacological 
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Videnskabelige Meddelser fra dansk 
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Wlllmovsky, NJ. & J.N. Wolfe [eds.] 1966. 
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Region, Alaska. U.S. Atomic Energy 
Com., 1250p., 6 map plates In pocket, 
numerous Illustrations airxj tables, cr4to 
original black cloth. [Includes chapters on 
geology, birds. Invertebrates, fisheries & 
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Woletz, Q. 1956. 5. Bericht 1955 aus dem 
Laboratorlum fur Sedimentpetrographie. 
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Wood, S.V. 1861. A monograph of the 
Eocene Mollusca, or descriptions of 
shells from the older Tertlaries of 
England. Part I. Bivalves. 
Palaeontographlcal Society, 182p., 25 pis. + 
Vol. I. Supplement, p.1-24, pis. A & B. 
second volume: Edwards, F.E. 1849. Part III. 
Cephalopoda, p.1-56, pis. 1-9. 1852. Part II. 
Pulmonata. p.57-l21. pis. 10-15. 1854. Pari 
111. Prosobranchiata. P.123'180, pis. 16-23. 
1856. Part III, No. II. Prosobranchiata 
(Continued), p.181-240, pis. 24-27, p.241- 
361, pis. 28-34. Reprint & photocopy clean 
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Woodring, W.P. 1930. Pliocene deposita 
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Woodring, W.P. 1982. Geology and Paleon- 
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Additions to Families Covered In P 30e-E; 
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Arnold, RE. 1973. What to do about bites 
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Emerson, Jacobson, Hertlein, et. ai. 1958- 
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Carson, R.L 1955. The Edge of the Sea. 
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Gatenby, J.B. & E.V. Cowdry [eds.] 1928. 
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ISSN 0747-6078 December, 1986 Vol. 18, No. 12 


Shelling in Truk Lagoon. 


Cherles E. Bowen, caiifomia state 


Polytechnic University, Chemistry Department, 380t vyest Temple Ave., Pomona, Caiifomia 91768 


cones, top shells and many other mollusks can 
be found. Two animals indigenous to the 
shallow lagoon water are Conus distans and the 
finger shell, Lambis crocata. 

After a day of shelling, snorkeling and 
sightseeing, I would return to my room in the 
late afternoon. In the afternoon, small wooden 
outriggers carry native snorkelers to the edge of 
the reef where they were visible from my 
second floor room. As many as 11 people 
have been seen to fit in the small, wooden 
vessels. The Truks are carried between the 
islands in 18-foot boats with 50-horsepower 
outboards. 



Haiiotis pustuiata Photo by C.E. Bowen 


Six thousand miles southwest of Los Angeles, 
California, at 7 degrees north latitude, is a 40- 
mile long atoll called Truk Lagoon. The lagoon 
and its more than a dozen islands were the site 
of one of America’s greatest naval battles in 
World War II. More than 40 Japanese ships lie 
on the bottom of the lagoon. Although it is 
now illegal to remove anything attached to the 
ships, including shells, the numerous coral reefs 
nearby support a variety of mollusks that can be 
collected by the adventurous sheller. 

Diving near the wrecks within Truk Lagoon is 
vastly different from California kelp bed diving. 
With water temperatures of 85°F in the lagoon, 
a full wetsuit is unnecessary. The visibility in 
some locations exceeds 100 feet with only a 
slight current, (e.g. I was able to stand upright 
on a horizontal deck pipe at 35 feet without 
hand support.) 


The fluted oyster, Lopha cristaqualli is a 
familiar sight on the wrecks. It can support a 
surprisingly massive coral structure on the 
moveable valve and when disturbed this bivalve 
closes and an entire colony of coral polyps is 
set into motion, quite a sight. Perusal of the 
wreck's overgrown superstructure reveals a 
variety of murex, triton and top shells. 

On one dive, an abalone shell, Haliotis 
pustulata, was discovered, which could be the 
most eastern extension of this species’ range 
reported. According to Clark Graham, manag- 
er of Micronesia Aquatics at Truk, abalone are 
relatively scarce in Truk Lagoon. 

Scuba divers aren't the only ones in Truk 
Lagoon to obtain a variety of interesting shells. 
By walking or snorkeling the reef, cowries. 



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New fishy 
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Rarely does one discover an entirely new 
association between mollusks and members of 
another phylum, much less a vertebrate, but 
recently a young biology couple, while scuba 
diving in Okinawa, found a dorid nudibranch 
seaslug that attaches itself to the fins of a goby 
fish. 


When the shadows of the afternoon lengthen 
a single large bat begins its evening ritual. 
This flying mammal of the night freely flitted 
from tree to tree in search of some unseen 
object. As the light grew dimmer and the night 
sounds became more distinct, I could hear the 
scurrying of the the green lizards in the palm 
trees, interrupted occasionally by the kissing 
sounds made by the everpresent geckos. The 
coconut crabs, whose holes were everywhere, 
would now commence their nocturnal adventur- 
es. During daylight, these crustaceans are 
seen only briefly since they are very wary. 

All too soon it was time to take the shuttle bus 
to the airport. After a 15 minute ride, we 
arrived at the single story, white, wooden 
building that senred for check-in, baggage 
claim, car rental and customs clearance. The 
town had turned out in large numbers to meet 
this particular airplane since many on board 
were students returning to the island's 
prestigeous Xavier High School, which draws 
the best minds from all of Micronesia. Next it 
was our turn to depart, and soon I was watching 
the waves break on the outer reef from the 
airplane's window. I remembered the three 
immortal words made famous by another 
American of an eariier era, “I shall return." 

ADDITIONAL READING 

Brost, F.B. & R.D. Coaie 1981. A Quids to Collecting In the 
KwaJaleIn Atoll. Charles E. Tuttle Co., Rutland, Vermont & 
Tokyo, Japan. 

Cemohorsky, W.O. 1978. Tropical Pacific Marine Sheila. 
Pacific Publications, Sydney, Australia & New York. 

Stanley, D. 1985. Micronesia Handbook. Moon Publica- 
tions, Chico, California. 


The Datehaze Goby lives in the sandy 
burrows made by the pistol or snapping shrimp. 
In six separate cases, a single, blackish, 1/3- 
inch-long dorid was found firmly attached to the 
dorsal fin of the 3-inch-long goby. The 
nudibranch can also survive detached from its 
host. 

Dorids normally feed on sponges, small 
crustaceans, or the eggs of other sea creatures. 
What this strange species eats is still a mystery. 
Any why should it be attached to this kind of 
fish? Some related gobies nibble off parasites 
from other fish. These "cleaner fish" have a 
black stripe. Our host goby, Awblyeleotris, 
does not; but the long, black dorid attached to 
the dorsal fin may give a camouflaged effect 
similar to that of the "cleaner fish". 

Ernest and Lucy Williams made 39 shallow- 
water scuba dives near the Sesoko Marine 
Science Center on N.W. Okinawa in 1985. 
They illustrated their unique finds in the journal 
Venus, vol. 45, pp. 210-211. Can there be 
similar cases of such an association in American 
waters? 


Editor’s 

Notes 

Thanks to all of you who have supported us 
during the past year. We have finally dug out 
from under the Christmas rush. Now on to 
1987 and a new look for SHELLS and sea ufe. 

The 1987 volume will maintain our standard 
size but change to three columns throughout to 
match up with the photo sizes we most often 
use. Classified ad columns are wider but text 
and display ads are slightly narrower. Each of 
our current display advertisers will get an extra 
month free as a bonus. 

We will be doing supplemental publications 
for longer works. Cur first special publication 
will cover the Alaskan mollusks by Rae Baxter. 
Rae has spent many years collecting in Alaska 
and has produced a valuable monograph 
including land, freshwater, intertidal & benthic 
mollusks. It will be available in early April, 
1987. 

Several other publications and directories will 
be published in the months ahead. Cne of 
these will be a publication highlighting clubs, 
conventions and shows as soon as we get 
enough response from the individual groups. 
Several clubs have already sent information and 
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well as the basic information on meeting dates, 
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individuals recorded in the book, Radula . found 
on the planet Gastropodia. 

The several stages of deviation observed on 
this planet have been classified as follows in 
the chapter "Take Your Hand Off My Shell'": 

(1) The purist - planetoid type who is only 
addicted to self^jollected, live taken mollusca. 
Controlled deviant - considered dangerous. 
Believes all other deviant types "unclean", 
"impure". Rigid personality disorder. 

(2) The impurist - selfcoilected live or dead 
molluscan forms are acceptable to this disord- 
ered personality. Modestly gross aberration. 
Fairly malleable disorder. 

(3) The selectivist - self-collected or purchas- 
ed mollusca are acceptable to this twisted mind 
but are restricted to specific families. Occa- 
sional "flareups" observed during which the 
deviant makes a radical shift to another family. 
A deluded variant to be handled cautiously 
during the "mood shift" phase. 


(4) The generalist - any specimen, live, dead 
or freak, self-collected, traded or purchased in 
any family is sought by this aberrant deviant - 
"who cares from whence it cometh?" All 
molluscan forms sought equally and avidly 
admired. Full blown freak. Affable aberrant 
individual. Considered weird but non- 
dangerous. 

(5) The fossilist - a disordered personality 
focused on "oldies but goldies" in the mollus- 
can world. A mildly deranged condition. 
Considered harmless but capable of digging up 
and spreading a lot of dirt. To be observed 
cautiously. 

ALL DEVIANTS SHCULD BE REPCRTED TC 
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(Need gentle controlled withdrawal treatments 
with molluscan rewards infused periodically. 
No known complete cures cited. Acquisition 
spasms can be modified. Mild resurgent 
flareups observed; appear lifelong in duration. 

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Shellfolk 


Dr. Kikutarg Baba has been a leng-time 
supporter of SHELLS and sea ufe and the 
Opisthobranch Newsletter (one of the 
original group of subscribers). He sent us 
this picture last year, taken outside his 
home in Nara-Ken, Japan. 

The opisthobranch mollusks are Dr. 
Baba's specialty and he has published 
more than 100 articles and notes on the 
group. He has also published several 
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on the DRIFTLINE 


Correction 

In my article on micro mollusk collecting in 
the Caribbean Province, S&SL October, 1986, 
there was an error in the identification of 
V’rtrinella texana Moore, 1965. After an ex- 
change of shells. Dr. Harry G. Lee of 
Jacksonville, Horida, correctly identified what I 
had found, as Solariorbis blakei (Rehder, 1944). 

- JOANNE UGHTFOOT, PO Box 2295, Sedona, AZ 86336 

The Oregon Society of 
Conchologists 

I appreciated receiving a copy of your recent 
roster of clubs, etc, and looked it over with 
considerable interest. It will be presented at 
the next meeting of our Club, which will be in 
September. 

One correction; we have had much trouble in 
other organizations understanding our correct 
address. Here is the true address: The 
Oregon Society of Conchologists, 4324 N.E. 
47th Ave., Portland, OR 97218. 

We felt it best to use the secretary’s address 
for all communications, as this office seems to 
have continuity, and the former address is no 
longer valid in any way. 

Our Society has shown good signs of growth 
this year. We have had some field trips, to 
Port Orford, Southern Oregon coast, and to the 
San Juan Islands with divers, etc. A club 
library has been organized, under Margaret 
Teskey. Our annual Shell Show, at the 
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, will 
be in late October. As usual, many good 
awards will be made there. Personally, I am 
still on the prowl for the more rare abalones, 
and Xenophoridae as well, subject to cost, 
availability, condition, etc. Really hard to find I 

- Byron W. Travis, Secretary, Oregon Society of Conchologists, 
4324 N.E. 47 Ave., Portland, OR 97218 

"Galloping" Snails 

We noted Roginskaya's (S&SL 17(4):125) 
"galloping" movement clearly with our local 
Helix species on our front walk during May of 
this year. - sieve & SAav long 


Clam - by Scooter Beers 


From New Zealand 

I have to agree with Ian Loch's remarks in the 
March issue of S&SL concerning the range of 
distribution of Vexillum {Costellaria) militaris 
(Reeve): unless one specializes in a certain 
group of molluscs, the distributional range of a 
species is a mystery unless one has studied as 
many collections as one possibly can, and even 
then there is always someone, somewhere, who 
has collected the species in an out of the way 
place. Readers may be interested to know 
that V. (C.) militaris is known to occur in the 
Andaman Islands, the Philippines, Papua New 
Guinea, Northern Australia, the Solomons, and 
Fiji Islands. It has also been reported from 
Aden by Shopland and from Japan by A. 
Adams, however, these records require confirm- 
ation since they could have been based on 
misidentifications. 

By the way, in Queensland V. (C.) militaris 
has been collected on Lizard Island, also on 
Moore Reef, east of Cairns, and Broadhurst 
Reef, east of Townsville. - Walter o. cerno- 

HORSKY, Curator of Malacology, Auckland Institute and 
Museum, Private Bag, Auckland 1, New Zealand 

From Alaska 

Collecting of mollusks has slowed down. 
Was out last night [Nov. 14] but got few 
mollusks. Winter collecting in Alaska is differ- 
ent. The low tides occur after dark and I used 
a Coleman gas lantern, both for light and to 
keep my hands warm. A few species are 
much more active after dark. These often are 
species that live deep in the rocks and 
therefore are much more common in the after- 
dark collections. The problem is that they stay 
in the water to keep from freezing so I get ice 
build-up on my boots wading around collect- 
ing. The nice thing is that everything freezes 
fast, usually expanded, so that I do not have to 
clean them up right away. Next week or next 
month is soon enough as long as I leave them 
outside. 

The other thing that makes winter collecting 
possible is that I have a wood-fired steambath. 
A big load of wood in the stove makes the bath 
just right when I get back from collecting half 
frozen. - rae Baxter, po Box 96, Bethsi, ak 99559 


Pacific Northwest 
Shell Club 

Yesterday [April 86] 12 of us from the shell 
club held a chiton study group and potiuck 
lunch at a member's home. Doug Eernessee 
came down from Friday Harbor to join in. He 
just finished writing his doctorate on the subject 
so it was a lively session. Next Sunday for our 
regular April meeting, Bert Draper is coming up 
to put on the program. We enjoy sharing all 
his knowledge on a variety of things. Phil 
Clover is coming the following month of May 
and June we are holding the meeting over at 
Tom Rice's Port Gamble place. The next 
month of July will be another pot-luck and shell 
sales of Dorothy Gety’s collection from her Port 
Angeles shop. The proceeds will help benefit 
Burke Museum at the University of Washington 
where our member, Elsie Marshall, works so 
hard with fellow club member Bill Rice's help. 
August will be our own shell club auction. The 
main goals of our club are to have fun, share 
our knowledge in the community and support 
studies in the field of malacology thru 
scholarships, museums, Friday Harbor Labora- 
tory etc. We meet on the 3rd Sunday of each 
month and would love to have you join us while 
up here if you can. - LOIS LUCUM, 702 Aider, Edmonds, 
WA 98020 

From the West Indies 

I have a 19ft fiberglass hull, equipped with a 
winch, and a davit-pole so I can get dredge- 
baskets and fish/shell traps in and out of the 
boat with ease. It’s the only boat with 
dredging capabilities (by virtue of the winch) on 
the island, so I get to do a little research work 
for the local Marine Institute run by McGill 
University when they want deep benthic 
samples, etc. My interests are Western Atlan- 
tic cones, and what murexes I happen to catch 
locally, but that’s about it. I'm into rare shells, 
since we have several classic spp. here, but 
that is more because of the business side of 
my operation. - DAVID hunt, Gregg Farm, St. Andrew, 
Barbados, West Indies 

Conchological Club of 
Southern California 

Meets 1st Monday of month unless holiday 
intervenes, then following Wednesday, in 
Lounge, 7:30pm, Natural History Museum, Los 
Angeles County, 900 Exposition Blvd., Los 
Angeles, CA 90007. For information write: 

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Pen Shells 


Peggy Williams 

3, Box 23, Sarasota, FL 33530 


Shells of the family Pinnidae are host to many 
organisms because of their size and the fact 
that they are anchored firmly in otherwise 
shelterless and shifting sand. Barnacles, lim- 
pets, tunicates, chitons, and other bivalves com- 
monly attach themselves to the solid shelter of 
the Pen Shell. Dead shells are host to crabs 
and fishes as well as many other mollusks and 
echinoderms. 

I was surprised to find, in a specimen of 
Pinna camea Gmelin, 1791 that I collected on 
Providenicales Island in the Turks and Caicos, a 
pair of commensal shrimp of the group called 
"snapping shrimp." These animals have one 
large claw like a tiny lobster and use it to make 
a loud snapping noise (in an aquarium it seems 
the glass has cracked!). The ones in the pen 
shell were nearly transparent and otherwise col- 
ored exactly the lovely amber color of the shell 
itself. Other specimens of the shell had pairs 
of shrimp as well. 



Murex motadlla (Gmelin, 1791) 

David Hunt, Gregg Farm, St. Andrew, Barbados, West Indies. 

Live-taken, seasonaiy, in traps set at depths ranging 100-1 30m. 


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SHELLS and SEA LIFE. December, 1986, volume i 8 (i 2 ) 


Book News 


Eisenburg, J.M. 1981. A coifector’s guide to 
seashells of the world. [Reprinted 1986]. 
McGraw-Holl Book Co., New York, 239p., 158 
color plates, 145 drawings. Hard cover, dust 
jacket, ISBN 0-07-019140-9. - $26.95 

’All species are listed with their scientific and popular names, 
geographical distribution, range of sizes, forms, rarity and 
valuation. In the index all known species of the most popular 
groups such as covmes, cones, murex, olives and volutes are 
listed and evaluated. The characteristics of 142 seashell 
families are described in detail, with an accompanying 
illustrated identification guide. Nearly all of the shells are 
illustrated in 2/3 to full scale. The specimens on each full 
plate are all shown in the same scale. Each major gastropod 
family is illustrated on a different color background.' 

Farley, M.B. & LK. Farley 1986. Diverts Guide 
to Underwater Mexico. Marcor Publishing, 
Port Huenemen, CA, 270p., color & halftone 
illustrations, soft cover. - $14.95 

'Diver’s Guide to Underwater Mexico is a comprehensive 
sportdiving guide to the oceans of Mexico.. .including the 
Pacific Ocean, the Sea of Cortez, the Caribbean and the Gulf 
of Mexico. Richly illustrated with detailed maps and beautiful 
photographs, this book provides detailed dlve/travel 
information for all of the major coastal tourist regions of 
Mexico. The book contains an up-to-date listing of dive 
shops, dive sites, charter boats, underwater parks, weather and 
water conditions, tourist and travel information, and 
descriptions of the marine life and aquatic environments for 
each region. This informative guidebook for travelers also 
features a full color photo section of Mexico's diverse marine 
life. This book is a valuable tool for planning Mexico trips 
beforehand: and will also serve as an on-the-spot field guide to 
Mexico's vast ocean realm.' 

Petuch, E.J. & D.M. Sargent 1986. Atlas of the 
Living Olive Shells of the World. Coastal 
Education & Res. Found., Charlottesville, VA, 
253p., 39 color plates, figures, tbis. Cloth ISBN 
(3-9384 15-00-X - $68.50 



Reaske, C.R. 1986. The Compleat Clammer. 
' Clams Mussels Oysters Scallops. An Enthu- 
siast’s Guide to Gathering and Preparation. 
sNick Lyons Books, New York, 152p., iiiustra- 
itions. Hard cover ISBN 0-941130-15-0 - $16.95; 
( Soft cover ISBN 0-941130-11-8 - $9.95 



Rios, E.C. 1986. Seashells of Brazil. Museu 
Oceanographico, Rio Grande, Brazil, 328p., 102 
pis. (1421 illus.), softcover, 8 x 11". - $30.00 

Brazil, the largest country in the Americas, has one of the 
most diversified and interesting marine faunas. Its long 
shores are influenced by four major zoogeographical regions - 
the colorful, tropical Caribbean province to the north; the 
temperate, cool Argentinian and Uruguayem influence in the 
south; the highly endemic Pernambuco subprovince; and the 
occasionaJ invasion of transatlantic species coming from West 
Africa. 

Dr. Eliezer Rios, Director of the Museum of Ocesinography In 
Rio Grande, has met the challenging and massive array of over 
1400 Brazilian marine mollusks by now producing a huge new 
tome with superior photographs of all species, and 
accompanied by English descriptions and detailed locality and 
habitual records. There are illustrations of 1000 gastropods, 
30 scaphopods, 360 bivalves and 26 species of cephalopods. 
This book picks up where American Seashells leaves off. It Is 
not only a thorough coverage of the Brazilian marine mollusks, 
but is fidso a guide to many of the common shells of the 
Caribbean and Uruguay. 

The book is easy to use, with each of the species properly 
assigned to order, family, genus and subgenus, and with a 
convenient reference numt^r which allows the user to find 
quickly the proper photograph among the 102 plates of black- 
and-white photographs. Authors, dates and synonymies are 
given for each species, and there is a large bibliography of 800 
references to scientific papers dealing with South American 
marine mollusks - perhaps the largest ever offered to the 
public. The index has 4,000 scientific names aJone. We are 
spared the indignity of any new species being proposed in this 
b^k. 

Despite the brief title, this book will be a useful reference tool 
and a much-consulted illustrated guide to the shores stretching 
from the islands of the West Indies to the beaches of northern 
Argentina. No recent book for its modest price has so much 
to offer. - R. TUCKER ABBOTT 

Roberts, M.F. 1984. Pearl Makers. The 
Tidemarsh Guide to Clams, Oysters, Mussels 
and Scallops. Saybrook Press, Old Saybrook, 
CT, 168p., 66 drawings, flexible cover, ISBN 0- 
917941-00-4 - $6.95 

It details and discusses the common U.S. east coast 
shoreline bivalve mollusks and also explains how they are 
harvested and eaten. 



Springsteen, F.J. & F.M. Leobrera 1986. Shells 
of the Philippines. Carfel Seashell Museum, 
Manila, 377p., 100 color plates, cloth, d/j, ISBN 
971-91029-0-x - $80.00 


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Sterrer, W. [ed,] 1986. Marine Fauna and Flora 
of Bermuda. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 
N.Y., 742p., color and halftone plates, many 
hundred line drawings, hard cover, dust jacket. 
$99.95 



Sutty, L. 1986. Seashell Treasures of the 
Caribbean, [edited by R. Tucker Abbott] 
Dutton, New York, 128p., 138 color plates, cloth, 
dust jacket, ISBN 0525-24411-5 - $19.95 

'From the undersea gardens of the Windward Islands come 
some of nature’s finest treasures. Unlike most shell books, 
this one has beauty, romance, and adventure. It is a splendid 
example of how a nature lover and ocean enthusiast can delve 
into the unknown lives of West Indian mollusks and relay her 
enthusiasm to others. 

‘Lesley Sutty has roamed and prodded into almost every sea 
cave eu^d sandy substrate of the Lesser Antilles, and her 
abilities as a color photographer are exceeded only by the 
charm and excellence of her scientific observations. If you 
are an amateur conchoiogist with a yen for collecting, this 
book will set you afire. If you appreciate beautiful shells, the 
photographs will seduce you into learning more about these 
extraordinary creations of nature. And if you just plain love 
shells, the book will entrance you.' 


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1987 


JANUARY 

Southwest Florida Shell Show, January 16-18, Fort Myers. 
Contact: John Vaughan, Box 05962, Tice, FL 33905, (813) 693- 
1913. 

Astronaut Trail Shell Show, January 23-25, Melbourne 
Auditorium, Melbourne, Florida. Contact: Bobbi & Jim Cordy, 
385 Needle Btvd., Merritt Island, FL 32952, (305) 452-5736 or 
Doris Underwood, 9022 Brighton Court, W. Melbourne, FL 
32904, (305) 724-2449. 

FEBRUARY 

Greater Miami Shell Show, January 30-Febnjary 1, North 
Miami Armory. Contact: Beverly Larson, 8850 Byron Ave., 
Surfside, FL 33154, (305) 868-0145. 

Broward County Shell Show, February 6'8, Pompano Beach. 
Contact: Richard Sedlak, 4501 S.W. 30th Way, Ft. Lauderdale, 
FL 33312, (305) 989-8051. 

St Petersburg Shell Show, February 14-15, Treasure Island. 
Contact: Bob & Betty Upe, 440 75th Ave., St. Petersburg 
Beach. FL 33706, (813) 360-0586. 

Sarasota Shell Show, February 20-22, Sarasota, FIorjd£L 
Contact: Betty E. Hamilton, 1240 Primrose, Venice, FL 33595, 
(813) 497-2809. 

Naples Shell Show, February 20-22, Naples, Florida. 
Contact: Terry Fitzgerald, 660 York Terrace, Naples, FL 33942, 
(813) 598-2579. 

MARCH 

Third California Islands Symposium, March 3-5. Contact: 
Dr. Eric Hochberg, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, 
2559 Puesta Del Sol Rd., Santa Barbara, CA 93105, Phone: 
(805) 682-4711. 

Sanibei Shell Fair, March 5-8, Sanibel Islemd, Florida. 
Contact: Ralph Moore, 1214 Gulf Dr., Apt. E2, Sanible, FL 
33957, (813) 472-4202. 

Film Symposium, March 11, New York City. Contact 
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(201) 291-0555 

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Contact: Evelyn & Malcolm Cum'er, 809 Dandelion Ct., Meirco 
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Contact: Dave Green, Central Florida Shell Club, 5883 Pitch 
Pine Dr., Orlando, FL 32819, (305) 345-0286. 

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Gulf Stream Billfish Tagging, Hatteras, June 28, contact 
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Western Society of Naturalists, December 27-30, California 
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Bartsch, P. 1932. The Philippine Land 
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Guzman, E.J. 1956. XX Congreso Geologico 
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Cook, C.F. African Diplopoda of the genus 
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Coquillett, D.W. New Diptera from North 
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Fouts, R.M. Revision of the North American 
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Gerould, J.H. The Sipunculids of the Eastern 
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Handlirsch, A. A new blattoid from the 
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Hozawa, S. Report on the calcareous sponges 
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Fisheries Steamer Albatross in the 
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Huber, L.L. A taxonomic and ecological review 
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Metcalf, M.M. 1940. Further studies on the 
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SHELLS AND SEA LIFE 

ISSN 0747-6078 January, 1987 Vol. 19, No. 1 


Rbding’s "Museum Boltentianum" 

Richard E. Petit 

P.O. Box 30, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 


J.F. Bolten was a German physician who 
died in 1796, leaving a large shell collection, 
catalogued in detail according to a system of 
his own. A catalogue of his collection was 
published in 1798 by P.F. Rb'ding, who added 
references in order to make Bolten’s names 
intelligible. Under the rules of nomencla- 
ture, these references make the newly 
introduced names valid. Unfortunately, 
many of these new names predate names 
proposed by Lamarck in 1979 (and later) 
which were commonly used by systematists 
until this century. 

Roding’s new names went virtually 
unnoticed until 1906 when Dali published a 
list of Ro'ding's genus-level taxa, showing the 
Lamarckian equivalents. Incidentally, at 
that time the new names in the "Museum 
Boltenianum" were attributed to Bolten, the 
identity of the real author not having been 
brought to light. Dali, however, was not the 
first to use the Rdding taxa as some had 
previously been utilized by Md’rch (1852- 
1853) and by H. & A. Adams (1853-1858). 


It was only with the publication of Dali's 
paper that the Rdding genera were, so to 
speak, forced upon the malacological 
community. There was considerable 
objection to the adoption of the Rdding 
names; some authors refusing to use them 
for many years. Now most of these names 
are universally accepted and are in common 
usage. Not all of Ro'ding's species-level 
taxa have been treated in modern systematic 
work, and anyone doing monographic work 
should check the "Museum Boltenianum" 
carefully. 


For information on Rdding and his taxa, the 
following list of references is offered, some of 
which have been utilized in this short article: 

DALL, W.H. 1904. [Letter on the use of Bolten’s names]. 
Nautilus 18(7):84. 

DALL, W.H. 1906. Early History of the Generic Name Fusus. 
Journ. Conch. 1 1 (1 0):289-297. 

DALL, W.H. 1915. An Index to the Museum Boltenianum. 
Smithsonian Inst. Spec. Publ. 2360, 64p. 

DANCE, S.P. 1 966. Shell Collecting, an Illustrated History . 
Berkeley and Los Angeles, 344p., 35pls. 


As the original of the “Museum 
Boltenianum" is very rare, it was reprinted by 
the English bibliophile-malacolgists Sherborn 
and Sykes in 1906 in a limited edition (75 
copies) which is now almost as rare as the 
original. It has now been reprinted again by 
the American Malacological Union as the 
in a planned series of rare malacologicM f i 
works. Copies are available fro '■ 
malacological booksellers or the AmeriCc,|A 
Malacological Union. Li'S* 


IREDALE. T. 1921. Molluscan Nomenclatural Problems and 
Solutions. Proc. Malac. Soc. London 14(4):198-208. 

REHDER, H.A. 1945. A note on the Bolten Catalogue. 
Nautilus 59(2);50-52. 

RODING, P.F. 1798. Museum Boltenianum ... Pars 
secunda continens Conchylia , etc . (Edited by P.F. Rdding, 
with a preface by A.A.H. Lichtenstein.) Hamburg. 128p. 

r JAtlI^QKW.ORTH,'_-Fl. 1 of the Boltenian 

'I ^’^rraVa. ■ Proc. , Ma\ac..-So,cL ]_ondon' 26:1 36-1 48. 

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1987 


APRIL 

Seattle Shell Show, April 4-5, Museum of History & Industry, 
Seattle, Washington. Pacific Northwest Shell Club, Evelyn 
Adkins, Corresponding Secretary, (206) 362-1634. 

Beli 2 e: Rain Forest and River, April 4-11, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Pacific Shell Club Auction, April 5, Los Angeles County 
Museum of Natural History, Los Angeles, California. 

Cumberland Island Camping, April 19-24, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Cincinnati Shell Show, April 24-26, Cincinnati, Ohio. Contact: 
Lois Nizny, 3953 Rose Hill Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45229. (513) 
861-5875 

Dismal Swamp Canoe/Camp, April 29-May 3, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. 
(201) 291-0555 

MAY 

Cape Cod Whale Watch, May 15-17, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Red Knots/Horshoe Crabs, Delaware Bay, May 17, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. 
(201) 291-0555 

JUNE 

Pine Barrens Weekend I, June 5-7, contact American Littoral 
Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Maine Coast Weekend, June 11-14, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Montauk Weekend. June 19-21, contact American Littoral 
Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

S1C87, 6®^® Salon International du CoqulHage, June 20-21, 
Lausanne, Switzerland. Contact Dr. Ted W-fiaer, CH-1602 La 
Croix, Switzerland. Phone (0)21 39 37 71. 

Western Society of Malacologists, Juae2t-i2% 20th Annual 
Meeting, San Diego State University, San'^hs^o. Contact: 
Carole M. Hertz, San Diego Natural Histoiy^toseum, PO Box 
1390, San Diego, CA 92112, (619) 232-3821 ext. 228. 

Conchologists of America, June 23-27, St. Louis, Missouri. 

Gulf Stream Billfish Tagging, Hatteras, June 28, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. 
(201) 291-0555 

JULY 

Wreck Diving I, July 12, contact American Littoral Society, 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Island Ecology, Isle of Shoals, July 17-20, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Shark Tagging, July 18, contact American Littoral Society. 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

American Malacologlcal Union, July 19-23, 53rd Annual 
Meeting, Casa Marina Resort, Key West, Florida. Contact: 
President William G. Lyons, 4227 Porpoise Drive S.E., St. 
Petersburg, FL 33705 

Jacksonville Shell Show & Auction. July 30-August 1, Flag 
Pavilion, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, Contact: Allan Walker, 
1036 Montes Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32205 


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SHELLS and SEA LIFE - Volume 19. Number 1 


from Denmark 

In September, 1985, I went to Roscoff, 
France and Plymouth, England with a graduate 
student from the Zoological Museum to collect 
marine organisms for the Chemistry Depart- 
ment at the University of Copenhagen. Of 
course 1 collected ascoglossans (and a few 
nudibranchs as well) for myself. I am present- 
ly working with the behavioral ecology in 
connection with diet switching in Danish and 
FrencJVBritish Elysia viridis. - kathe jensen, 

Zoologisk Museum, Universitetsparken 15, DK 2100 
Kobenhavn, Danmark 

from Illinois 

May I suggest you add to your mailing list 
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Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box 1580, Sanibel Island, 
Florida, 33957. This is a group of well- 
organized people trying to establish the 1st 
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about a million dollars. No hole-in-the-wall 
ideal MRS. Helen J. MARTZ, ISOSC Colfax St., Evanston, 
IL 60201. 

from Washington 

Kirk Wright has been collecting Monadenia in 
the cold and wet. As soon as he gets over the 
flu we expect an article on the critters. 

Stephen Welty (Wyoming) is spending some 
time up in the Puget Sound area. 


Angel 

Wings 

Peggy Williams 

Rt. 3, Box 28, Sarasota, FL 33580 

The Angel Wing, Cyrtopleura costata 
(Linnaeus, 1758), has a lovely, fragile, pure- 
white shell and spends its life buried deep in 
sand, often as deep as 12-18”. To breathe and 
ingest microorganisms from the water it 
extends a long siphon to the sand’s surface. 
The hole produced is straight with smooth sides 
and is unlike holes made by any other organ- 
ism. Popular mythology holds that the shell 
can withdraw rapidly through the sand, but in 
fact it is firmly anchored in the mud and only 
the siphon is able to retract quickly. 

I am continually amazed to find this delicate- 
seeming organism in unimaginably mucky 
mud, near outfall pipes, and in other unhealthy- 
seeming environments, but seldom in truly 
clean sand! 


from Tennessee 

The shell dealers of America have a trophy 
for children of grades 1-8 available for shell 
shows in the U.S. Any group that has entries 
for grades 1-8 can get this trophy for their show 
by writing to John Bernard, c/o Shelloak, Rt. 3, 
Box 74, Crossville, TN 38555 

So far it has only gone to one club. North 
Carolina, but it will be going to Sarasota, Fort 
Myers, Merritt Island and Atlanta. Since it is 
new, not too many people know about it. We 
believe this is the first trophy specifically for 
youngsters. 

Several dealers have each donated $30.00 to 
start the trophy. More donations are welcome 
and may be sent to John Bernard. 

from Indiana 

Carl Sahlberg is the new President of the 
Indianapolis Shell Club, taking over from Ken 
Knoebel after his four-year stint, - the slit shell, 

January/February 1987 

from California 

Jeff Hamann recently returned from a week- 
long diving trip to the Caribbean. He spent 
several days diving with Leslie Sutty, Hans 
Bertsch, and others, and found some very 
interesting species. Hans has prepared an 
initial report for The Festivus. 

from Florida 

I have mostly Florida shells to exchange, and 
I would like whoever responds to please send 
me their exchange list and I will send my list 
when I reply to their letter, carol brunner, 16 o 

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Rarity: pan i 

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The subject of species rarity is an interesting 
one, and must be considered in light of seven 
factors which are: 1) a shell's geographic 
distribution; 2) its ecologio habitat; 3) its avail- 
ability to the collector; 4) time passed since first 
discovery or description; 5) its attractiveness 
(color, pattern, luster, etc); 6) Its desirability (a 
subjective determination based on size, quality, 
direction of coiling and other factors); and 7) its 
sale price or value, based on all the previous 
considerations. 

These and other variables will be discussed in 
detail in a series of articles beginning with this 
one, as all shell collectors and museums are 
affected by rarity in one way or another. 

If a shell has a extensive distribution (the 
entire Indo-Pacific region, for example), it is 
likely the species will be "abundant" (perhaps 
even "commercially abundant" like certain 
Pectens), or "common." 

By way of contrast, we can compare shell rar- 
ity to other collectibles which are deemed rare; 
antiques, coins or stamps. These artifacts are 
produced by man in limited "editions" (as a 
painting or etching, for example), and the issue 
might in fact be numbered, and the number 
produced known. Their production is a finite 
quantity which can be deduced or is recorded. 
Some collectors, like William Fenzan, believe 
that a rare shell "is one that is currently scarce in 
collections." Fenzan believes the definition "is 
transitory, since what is scarce now, may not 
remain so into the future. Even if a shell has 
been rare for 100 years, it could still become 
readily available on the market virtually over- 
night." Of course he is right, but as we will 
see, there are many factors which contribute to 
a shell’s being "scarce in collections." 


February, 1987 







Take Conus pergrandis for example. The 
first specimen known of this gigantic cone 
(which can reach 173mm - 7 inches long) was 
dredged up In 1895. It lay, unidentified and 
forgotten, in a museum tray until Tom Iredale 
saw It in 1917. He agreed with Hadley and 
Sowerby that It represented not only a new spe- 
cies, but a new genus [Embrikena] as well. But 
today, 92 years later, only a handful of 
pergrandis are known. Perhaps less than 20. 
Truly this shell is genuinely rare, and has stood 
the test of time. But what of the many shells 
described as "rare" by eager dealers, hungry to 
make a sale to the unwitting, novice collector? 
Shells like Cypraea musumea, offered at scan- 
dalous prices, when available? It was 
described by Kuroda and Habe in 1961 - a 
mere 26 years ago. Has enough time gone by 
for us to affix the title of "rare" to this small 
(25mm - 1 inch long) shell? Is 26 years 
enough time? I don’t believe so. But if you 
are a cowrie enthusiast, and want to "get them 
ail," you are going to have to decide whether or 
not you want to lay out between $375 and $750 
for this shell, (note; As this article goes to press, 
the price has dropped to a low of $300, as 
offered by a European dealer.) 

Or take Cypraea midwayensis, for example. 
Another so-called "rare" shell. It was 
discovered and named just 20 years ago, and 
may be purchased for $1500 - $1800. 
Shouldn’t the prudent collector wait and see if 
bucketsfull of this shell might not be dredged- 
up by some research vessel or other, or perhaps 
by one of those Taiwanese trawlers which are 
bringing back hordes of shells from far-flung 
places? 

One more example, this time a cone: Conus 
rogmartini daMotta, named in 1982, for Roger 
Martin. It is a beautiful little cone, reaching 
around 35mm in length, and taken in 120 fath- 
oms from Balut I., southern Mindanao, Philip- 
pines. So far, it is only known from the type 
locality. It is seldom, if ever offered by dealers. 
I have not seen it on many lists, but one 
California dealer offered it at $125 in December, 
1985. Does the cone specialist want to "pay 
anything" for this shell, no matter how 
"exquisitely sculptured"s this species might be? 
How long will it be known "only from the type 
locality?" Given the tangle-net mania in the 
Philippines, my guess it won’t remain elusive 
nor "rare" very long. Show a fisherman an 
example of it, tell him what you’ll pay, and I’d 
be willing to wager he’ll come up with dozens of 
them in as many weeks. So my feeling is: we 
must let considerable time go by before pro- 
nouncing a shell "rare" or not. More about this 
in a later article. 


If a species habitat is very deep water, and 
must be dredged-up using heavy winches, that 
species will be more difficult to obtain, and thus 
be "scarce" or "rare." The PLEUROTOMARI- 
IDAE immediately come to mind, and some 
abyssal volutes, such as Tractolira sparta 
(13,392ft) or Arctomelon benthalis (10,032ft). If 
a shell occurs in some remote area or island ~ 
with rocky, wave-crashing shores, steep cliffs, 
and few Scuba or active collectors - this too, 
influences a species’ ability to "get to market." 
Many cowries off South Africa come to mind. 
Then too, we have those species which are not 
only found in remote areas, but may even be 
found in the stomachs of fish ("ex pisce" they 
are termed). Three cowries serve here as 
examples: Cypraea broderipii, fultoni, and 
surinamensis. Not only must the right fish be 
caught (not all fish are bottom-feeders) with the 
correct bait at the correct depth, but that fish 
must be caught before its stomach acids dis- 
solve the calcium carbonate of the shell! 

When "rarity" is discussed or tagged onto a 
shell by a dealer, a combination of the previ- 
ously listed 7 factors should be taken into 
account. Malformation and discoloration (albi- 
nism and melanism) are also added into the 
equation as we shall see. 

Shell dealers often call a species "rare" when 
they really mean "difficult" for them to obtain." 
At the source, however, the shell may in fact be 
plentiful, and be collected by all the locals. It 
may be available in village marketplaces as a 
food source, or even as a trinket. The rare 
cone, C. adamsonii Broderip, 1836 occurs in the 
Central and S.W. Pacific Ocean, and is seldom, 
if ever offered by dealers live-collected. When 
it is, this beautiful pink shell called the 
"Rhododendron Cone", is expensive, and lists 
will usually quote its price as being "POR" (price 
on request). When you see that designation, 
you know it’s going to be rare! 

But the ecologic habitat of this shell is now 
known (subtidal, shallow water), and perhaps 
even its population center (Phoenix Is.), so I pre- 
dict it will lose its "rare" designation, and in time 
will find its way to dealer’s list and showrooms 
at prices average collectors of modest means 
can afford. Since its distribution is becoming 
better known (Cook (2), Tonga, Gilbert and 
Society Islands; Solomons and the Great Barrier 
Reef; extending to the New Hebrides and New 
Caledonia) it only remains for its exact hiding 
places to be discerned. In some areas, 
according to Walls (1), it seems that C. 
adamsonii is "not uncommon, judging from the 
number of beach specimens.. .washed up... after 
severe storms." 

(continued page 6) 


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SHELLS and SEA LIFE - volume is, Number 2 


Rarity (continued from page 5) 

In the case of another cone, C. pergrandis 
(Iredale, 1937), Walls (1) says: "It is such a rare 
and seldom offered species at the time of writ- 
ing (1977), however, that even bad specimens 
can be sold(!)" 

T.C. Lan (2) comments that "pergrandis is 
rare, but occasionally available." He considers 
it rare even though it may be collected dead, or 
live-taken, and in any condition. He takes into 
account "worldwide availability" when making 
his determination of rarity, even though his 
book focuses on shells of Taiwan. He classes 
shells into 3 degrees of rarity; 

Extremely rare (***) - e.g., 

Cypraea sakuraii 

Rarely available (’*) - e.g., C. ported: 
"rarely taken alive and even good 
dead specimens are much sought 
after." 

Rare, but occasionally available (*) - e.g., 
Conus pergrandis: "even dead shells 
are very rare." 

A "rare shell" and a "collector's item," are not 
necessarily the same thing. There are many 
species which have been described from one 
specimen and were never found again, yet they 
have little commercial value. In later articles, 
we will examine how a shell’s value affects rar- 
ity, and how this value varies with time. 

Some of the rarest shells in the world may be 
less than 5mm long, without color and be of 
ordinary shape. Many shells are rare only 
because no one has happened to sample their 
"optimum habitat," as Abbott (4) calls it. 

One might say that there is no such thing as 
a rare marine shell, because any species living 
today must have a large enough population - 
certainly of several thousands of individuals ~ to 
sustain the species. 

To quote Dr. Tucker Abbott: "If a shell is 
large, handsome, beautiful, known only from a 
few specimens and sought after by avid, 
wealthy collectors, it may qualify as a collector's 
item, or be classed as a so-called rare shell" (4). 
In a later article, I will attempt to bring up-to- 
date S. Peter Dance's list of 50 rare shells (5) 
proposing my own candidates. As may be 
imagined, many of these once-rare shells are 
now less than rare. The reputation of rare 
shells dies hard, sometimes almost a genera- 
tion after the species has proved to be com- 
mon. 

Unlike stamps or coins or books, rare shells 
generally speaking, do not increase in value. If 
anything, they most certainly will drop in value 
as more specimens are found. "Only species 
rapidly becoming extinct might have an increas- 
ing value, but such cases exist among the land 
and freshwater shells, not among the marine 
species (4)." Very few shells are greatly local- 
ized in distribution, attractive to collectors, and 
readily available to us. Only when this com- 
bination of variables exists, is a shell in "real 
trouble" (6). Possible species which -may face 
a crisis in the coming years include: Cypraea 
cervus and teulerei: Conus nobilis: and Oliva 
porphyria. The more uncommon species, such 
as Conus gloriamans and Cypraea aurantium, 
may be locally over-collected, but both of these 
have large ranges and are not easily subject to 
extensive collecting over their entire range. 


Marty Beals, writing about his collecting trip 
to South Australia (8), concluded that "the area 
was suffering from serious over-collecting." He 
concluded that there has been "some extreme 
over-collecting of certain species: Cypraea 
friendii, theristes, venusta, and the Volutes 
exoptanda, kreuslerae and fulgetrum." He 
noted that "in some areas, hardly a single spec- 
imen could be found now." Divers for years 
have collected virtually every Zoila they could 
put their hands on in the very limited popula- 
tions near Perth. Beals was told by several 
dealers that in "years past, C. friendii was avail- 
able by the bucket!" But not so today. 

There are a number of shells which live hid- 
den under ledges in such inaccessible shallow- 
to-moderate depths that they are never likely to 
become common. Many desirable species 
have defied the best efforts of modern dredgers 
of Scuba divers. One exotic species is des- 
tined to be in the "extremely rare" category for 
decades, I predict, simply because its current 
known habitat is at 10,000 feet. This is the one 
existing specimen of the Benthalis Volute of 
Dali, discovered in 1896 by dredging off Central 
America, Another shell destined to remain rare 
is unique blind volute, Guivillea alabastrina, 
which lives at 9,600 feet in the south Indian 
Ocean. Benihovoluta gracilior Rehder, found 
in 1967 in the Philippines, is yet another rare 
deep-water species (from 3,300 feet) which is 
destined to stay rare for a long time, as is 
Surculina cortezi (Dali, 1908) a TURBINELLIDAE 
dredged off southern California from 6,270 ft. 
Other deep-water (100-1500 ft) species have 
recently been recovered by prawn trawlers 200 
miles off Western Australia (7): Pieurotomaria 
(Perotrochus) tangaroana\ Teramachia smith! 
and T. dalli\ and the new species Notovoluta 
rinkensi and Teramachia dupreyae (9). All 
these may currently be considered rare, and will 
probably continue to stay rare as the shrimpers 
will ultimately move to other waters. Unless 
these species can be found in shallower waters, 
■or have a wide range (or if shrimp will 
perennially continue to be found at the same 
depths and vicinity) - these shells' value will be 
maintained. 

As Dr. Gordon Melvin put it, "Rare shells 
present something of a puzzle. In the first 
place, it is difficult to obtain a rare shell, and 
hard to find a person who has discovered one 
and is willing to part with it. Such shells usu- 
ally come from relatively inaccessible waters. 
If no one seeks them, they will not be found 
( 10 )." 

Some mollusks seem to exist in relatively 
small numbers, as if they were a dying race. 
Examples of these species might be the 
STROMBIDAE Tibia crispata; Lambis robusta 
and vioiacea', and Tricornis old! and taurus. 
Another example, taken from the CYMATIIDAE, 
is Cymatium ranzanii Bianconi, a magnificent 
triton which attains 6 to 6.5 inches in length, and 
which comes from Indian Ocean waters off 
Mozambique and the northern Arabian Sea. It 
is a relatively shallow water species apparently, 
and the first ones were collected off the north- 
ern end of the Cabeceira Peninsula, in 20 feet of 
water. The shell was hiding in a narrow chan- 
nel in a seaweed area which was strewn with 
coral boulders and teeming with fish. In 1972- 
73, only 12 specimens were known since its dis- 
covery in 1851, and its value in the 1970s hov- 
ered around $800. By 1979-1981, though, it 
had dropped to $25 - $50 as other locations 
were discovered. Today, its price is slowly ris- 
ing, to between $50 - $85. Currently, this spe- 
cies is being collected offshore of Oman, where 
oil exploration and development is taking place. 
Its previous high value was due not so much to 
its appearance, but mostly from its 
unavailability. 


Diamonds are regulated by a central com- ' 
mercial control by the Oppenheimer and 
deBeers interests. This helps keep the market 
relatively stable. No such control exists for 
rare shells ~ although they are much rarer than i 
diamonds! Diamonds are in continuing sup- 
ply, but there is no such steady supply of rare : 
shells. They're simply not available on 

demand from the world's oceans. 

When you buy a rare shell (or one purported i 
to be rare), you are faking a gamble. It’s 
unlikely though, that any of the truly rare ones 
will ever become common, or available in 
quantity like Cypraea tigris. And there’s some 
chance that certain rarities will become scarcer 
and even rarer than previously, because they’re 
not being found any more. We’ll see which 
shells these are only as time goes by and as ' 
prices go up or down. More about this in later 
articles. 

In Part II of this series, we will compare and 
contrast rarity as judged by several contempo- 
rary authors in their various books. We will see 
what the Guiness Book of Records called "the 
most valuable" shell in the world. We will com- 
pare the rarities of 8 famous cones, and see 
how their rarity has changed over time. 

References Cited 

1. Walls, J.G. 1977. Cone Shells. T.F.H. Publ., Neptune City, 
NJ, 1011p. 

2. Lan, T.C. 1979. Rare Shells of Taiwan. China Color Print* 
ing Co., Taipei, Taiwan 144p. 

3. Cornfield, G. 1986. Hawaiian Shell News, Feb., p.9 [col- • 
lecled a live specimen on an “isolated reef in the Cooks...' and 
one dead shell) 

4. Abbott, R.T. 1979. Kingdom of the Seashell. Crown 
Publ., NY, 255p. 

5. Dance, S.P. 1969. Rare Shells. Faber & Faber, London, 

6. Walls, J.G. 1981. Shell Collecting. T.F.H. Publ., Neptune, 
NJ, 93p. 

7. Leehman, E.G. 1986. The Wonders of Western Australia. 
Hawaiian Shell News, Aug., p.3. 

8. Beals, M. 1979. A Dearth of Shells in Southern Australia, 
Too? Hawaiian Shell News, Mar., p.15. 

9. Sage, W. 1986. Volutids Take the Spotlight: News of New 
Species. Hawaiian Shell News, Nov., p.10. 

10. Melvin, A.G. 1973. Seashell Parade. Charles Tuttle Co., 
Rutland, VT, p.164-167. 


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from Florida 

The Central Florida Shell Club of Orlando, 
Florida, will be conducting it’s Second Annual 
Shell Auction on Tuesday, June 9, 1987, at the 
Orlando Science Center. ...I am writing to 
encourage you to donate specimen shells or 
shell-related items to this event. All donations 
are tax deductible and the proceeds from the 
auction are used to maintain the operation of 
the Central Florida Shell Club, club library, and 
the publication of our monthly newsletter. 
...Please send all donations to: David B. 
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from California 

The Santa Barbara Shell Club (formerly 
Santa Barbara Malaoological Society) is pleas- 
ed to announce the winners of the Sara T. 
Delaney Scholarship. Ms. Victoria Fabry, a 
doctoral student at the University of California, 
Santa Barbara was awarded the first place 
scholarship of $1000. The second place 
award of $400 was presented to Ms. Carolyn 
Declerck, a doctoral student at the University of 
California, Davis. 

Ms. Fabry will use her award to finish her 
research project on "The contribution of 
pteropod mollusks in the caloium carbonate 
cycle of the oceans". Ms. Declerck is just 
beginning her research on "Morphological and 
genetic divergences in introduced populations 
of the Atlantic Oyster Drill Urosalpinx cinerea." 

Over 20 excellent scholarship applications 
were received from students throughout the 
U.S. and Canada. Applications were judged 
by three impartial referees, and were rated for 
merit of the proposed research and overall 
significance to the field of malacology. - paul 

SCOTT, Santa Barbara Shell Club, P.O. Box 30191, Santa 
Barbara, CA 93130 

from Poland 

Adam Galganski has moved to his family to 
an apartment. His new address is: Adam 
Galganski, J. Krasickiego - 37/38, 85-822 
Bydgoszoz, Poland 


Clam by Scooter Beers 


from Guam 

On September 26 and 27, 1987 the Guam 
Shell Club will be holding its 22nd Annual Shell 
Fair. This year's will be the largest one ever 
held on Guam, as non-members are being 
invited to prepare displays. Contact: Guam 

SHELL CLUB, P.O. Box 7867, Tamuning, Guam 96911 

from California 

Matt James is now Matthew Joseph James, 
PhD and lecturing in geology at Sonoma State 
University, Rohnert Park, CA 94928 

from Switzerland 

My copy of "Shells of the Philippines" has a 
fault in the pagination. After page 20, the 4 
double pages, with plates are being replaced 
by cover page, 1-2, 3-4, map page 13-14 and 
15-16. Then we jump to page 29 (plate 3). It 
is an obvious printing fault... - Raymond j. preux, 

24 Riedgrabenweg, 6050 Zurich-Oerlikon, Switzerland, [ed. 

- Carlos Leobrera has mentioned a few copies 
with (?this) fault. He attempted to catch all 
similar copies as soon as he became aware of 
the faults. Anyone who has a similar fault in 
their copy should refer the problem to: Carlos 
Leobrera, 1786 A. Mabini St,, Malate, Manila, 
Philippines - regarding a replacement.] 

from Mexico 

Jerry Mitchell is interested in contacting 
people interested in Baja Del Sur mollusks. 
Please contact him at: - Richard "jerry' MiTCKELL, 

#13 Heroes Independencia, Loreto, Baja Del Sur, Mexico. 

from California 

The Western Society of Malacologists, ...will 
award a grant of $500 to an undergraduate or 
graduate student for the academic year 1987- 
88. The grant is offered to initiate or further 
research concerned with molluscs, in syste- 
matics, biology, ecology, paleontology or 
related fields. 

Applioations must be sent by May 1, 1987, 
to: Dr. Vida C. Kenk, WSM Committee on 
Student Grants, Dept. Biologioal Sciences, San 
Jose State University, San Jose, CA 95192 


from California 

Wes Thorsson and I will be leaving for the 
Solomon Islands in mid April for two weeks' 
diving with Brian Bailey. Hope to get some 
new shells. - bob PURTYMUN, 1200 Brickyard Way #407, 
Point Richmond, CA 94801 

from Portugal 

On your catalog, on p. 21 [Seashell 
Treasures Books] you list two works by 
Oliveira (1974 and 1969) who is a Brasilian 
author and you state that they are written in 
Spanish language. It happens that Portugal is 
independent from Spain since early 12th 
century - Spain as we know it today did not 
exist by that time). Since then we have been 
developing a different language called "Portu- 
gese"; words of it were incorporated in 
practically all languages of the world since as 
you may know, for instance, we arrived at the 
"South Seas", Australia, etc. some 250 years 
before Cook did. Portugese is well entrench- 
ed in the world as a language. Can you give it 
some credit? [ed, - Sorry about that! I will 
change the listing for the next edition.] - ilidio 

A.V. FEUX-ALVES, Apailado No. 52, S. Pedro do Estoril, 2765 
Estoril, Portugal. 

from California 

Dr. W. Backhuys (The Netherlands) was in 
Bayside to visit and purchase books. He also 
travelled to several parts of the U.S. including 
Arizona and Florida. 

from Illinois 

Richard Goldberg, President of the Conch- 
ologists of America has announced that Dr. 
Alan Solem, Curator & Head of the Division of 
Invertebrates, Field Museum of Natural History 
in Chicago, will be the banquet speaker for the 
annual C.O.A. Convention, ...The presentation 
will culminate the St. Louis Convention on 
Saturday evening, June 27th. 

Whether your interests tend towards marine 
or land shells, this is one presentation you will 
not want to miss. Of course, the entire five 
day convention is scheduled with exciting and 
interesting speakers and events. For registra- 
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New olives from Barbados 

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Variation within an insular form of Oliva reticularis, ranging from totally dark mahogany-brown (top left) to quite pale (bottom left). 
I Twin central bands are more pronounced in some shells. Notice the two short-spired specimens at top right. 


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Tricolia & Pinctada 

Peggy Williams, ri. 3 , box ss. sarasota, fl aaseo 


I seldom find good specimen shells on the 
beach on the East Coast of Florida because of 
the heavy surf in that area. However, I once 
found a bottle on shore at West Palm Beach in 
which were several living specimens of Tricolia 
species and tiny, juvenile Pinctada imbricata 
Roeding, 1798 (the Pearl Oyster). I put them 
all into a small travelling aquarium to pho- 
tograph the Tricolia in motion and as I set up 
the camera found a pile of shells beginning to 
move about very satisfactorily. However, when 
I focused on the activity I discovered the shells 
that were moving so rapidly were not the gastro- 
pods but the bivalves! The tiny mollusks 
extended a long foot and fastened it ahead of 
the shell, then contracted the foot to pull the 
shell forward. In this manner, they pulled 
themselves up the aquarium wall again and 
again. 

This species is normally sessile, attaching 
itself to some immovable base with a sticky 
byssus. I suppose if it is dislodged it must 
somehow find a place to reattach itself, but I 
have not seen an adult move as these juveniles 
did. 



Calendar 


1987 


APRIL 

Seattle Shell Show, April 4-5, Museum of History & Industry, 
Seattle, Washington. Pacific Northwest Shell Club, Evelyn 
Adkins, Corresponding Secretary, (206) 362-1634. 

Belize: Rain Forest and River, April 4-11, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Pacific Shell Club Auction, April 5, Los Angeles County 
Museum of Natural History, Los Angeles, California. 

Cumberland Island Camping, April 19-24, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Cincinnati Shell Show, April 24-26, Cincinnati, Ohio. Contact: 
Lois Nizny. 3953 Rose Hill Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45229. (513) 
861-5875 

Dismal Swamp Canoe/Camp, April 29-May 3, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. 
(201) 291-0555 

MAY 

Cape Cod Whale Watch, May 15-17, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Red Knots/Horshoe Crabs, Delaware Bay, May 17, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. 
(201) 291-0555 

JUNE 

Pine Barrens Weekend I, June 5-7, contact American Littoral 
Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Maine Coast Weekend. June 11-14, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Montauk Weekend, June 19-21, contact American Littoral 
Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

S1C87, 6®”'® Salon International du Coquillage, June 20-21, 
Lausanne, Switzerland. Contact Dr. Ted W. Baer, CH-1602 La 
Croix, Switzerland. Phone (0)21 39 37 71. 

Western Society of Malacologists, June 21-25, San Diego 
Stale University, San Diego. Contact: Carole M. Hertz, San 
Diego Natural History Museum, PO Box 1390, San Diego, CA 
92112, (619) 277-6359 home. 


Conchologists of America, June 23-27, Doys Inn at the Arch, 
St. Louis, Missouri. Contact: Alan Gettleman, 4045 Central 
Lane, Granite City, IL 62040, (618) 931-7374 weekends. 

Third International Symposium on Marine Biology & 
Evolution in the Pacific, 26 June-3 July, Hong Kong. 
Convenors - University of Hong Kong & Western Society of 
Naturalists. Contact: Prof. D.H. Montgomery, Biological 
Sciences Dept., Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, CA 
93407. 

Gulf Stream Biilfish Tagging, Hatteras, June 28, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. 
(201) 291-0555 

JULY 

Wreck Diving I, July 12, contact American Littoral Society, 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Island Ecology, Isle of Shoals, July 17-20, contact American 
Littoral Society. Highlands. New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Shark Tagging, July 18, contact American Littoral Society, 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

American Malacological Union, July 19-23, 53rd Annual 
Meeting, Casa Marina Resort, Key West, Florida. Contact: 
William G. Lyons, Florida Dept. Natural Resources, 100 Eighth 
Ave. S.E., St. Petersburg, FL 33701. (813) 896-8626 

Jacksonville Shell Show & Auction, July 30-August 2, Flag 
Pavilion, Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Contact: Allan Walker, 
1036 Montes Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32205. (904) 781-1553 

AUGUST 

Annual Crab Feast, Oxford. Maryland, August 2, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. 
(201) 291-0555 

Wreck Diving II, August 9, contact American Littoral Society, 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Shellfishing and Coastal Management: A Global 
Perspective, August 19-21, Hofstra University, Long Island, 
NY. Contact: Terry Baker, Associate Dean, School of 
Education, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 11550. 

XVI Pacific Science Congress, August 20-30, Korea. Contact 
Prof. Choon Ho Park, Secretary-General, K,P.O. Box 1008, 
Seoul 110, Korea. Phone: (2)733-4478. 

SEPTEMBER 

Pine Barrens Weekend II, September 11-13, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlemds, New Jersey 07732. 
(201) 291-0555 

Wreck Diving HI, September 20, contact American Littoral 
Society, Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 


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from U.A.E. 

As advised previously my address changed 
in September 1986 with a move to Dubai. The 
move is already proving to be a satisfactory 
one with a very different fauna on the Batina 
Coast at the Emirates, which is of course 
outside the Gulf. With the lower salinity life is 
extremely prolific and many new finds are 
coming to light. Met with Horst Kauch who is 
providing most of the specimens from his very 
extensive collection for a book on Emirates 
seashells. If the photographs, which he has 
shown me, are anything to go by then it will be 
spectacular. I believe Don Bosch and Kathy 
Smythe are coproducing an Arabian Peninsula 
book though 1 have no firm information at that. 
So there should be a veritable plethora of 
information available soon. 

Some of the 'finds' to date have included a 
'golden Cypratea grayana’ caused no doubt by 
oxidation on a sunken wreck - a very large 
Cypraea lentiginosa plus an albino white form 
of Chlamys ruschenbergerii. Plenty of cones 
and a very large Chicoreus ramosus (not very 
common & once reported extinct in the Gulf 
although it can be found on Abu Musa Island 
and Halul Island.) - tony woodwoard, ai Habioor 

Motors, P.C. Box 9579, Dubai, U.A.E. 

from Florida 

Carolyn & Earl Petrikin won the DuPont 
Award at the Astronaut Trail Shell Show in 
January. 

from Cairns, Australia 

The March issue of the Cairns Shell Club 
publication reports the death of Arthur Boorman 
of Rockhampton, Australia. They also mention 
the death of lone Reed's husband in Florida. 
Lee & Jan Kremer (Chicago, Illinois) were in 
Cairns during February and R. (Dick) Jones 
(South Euclid, Ohio) visited during March. 


from Hong Kong 

The Third International Symposium on Mar- 
ine Biology & Evolution in the Pacific will be 
held at the University of Hong Kong, 26 June to 
3 July, 1988. Four symposia have been 
announced: Paleozoogeography of Cenozoic 
Pacific Marine Invertebrates: An Evolutionary 
Perspecitve, chaired by Dr. Thomas Cronin; 
Marine Biology of the Sub-Tropics, chaired by 
the Marine Biological Association of Hong Kong 
& The University of Hong Kong; Non-Annelid 
Worms of the Pacific, chaired by Dr. Mary Rice; 
and Indo-Pacific Molluscan Biogeography and 
Evolution, chaired by Dr. Alan Kohn. A fifth 
symposium on either fish or algae will be 
scheduled. If you are interested in receiving 
the second announcement & call for papers 
write before June 1, 1987, to: Prof. D.H. 
Montgomery, Biological Sciences Dept., Cal 
Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, CA 
93407 U.S.A. 

from Florida 

Last year COA awarded two grants totalling 
$1500 to further malacological research, Pef4t' 
sons interested in applying for research grants 
this year should apply prior to May 15, 1987. 
Send proposal to: Richard W. Forbush, Awards 
Chairman, 1104 Sklar Dr. E., Venice, FL 33595. 

from Southern California 

The Southern California Association of Mar- 
ine Invertebrate Taxonomists continues to 
produce excellent identification guides for 
marine invertebrates. The majority of their 
"provisional designations" concern polychetes & 
small crustaceans - two groups which almost 
defy identification. Their monthly newsletter is 
a very real contribution to science. For more 
information, write to them: SCAMIT, 3720 
Stephen White Drive, San Pedro, CA 90731. 


from Arizona 

Carol' & Paul Skoglund have returned from 
two months’ travels in the Yucatan. They 
visited many places and enjoyed themselves 
thoroughly. 

from Florida 

Albert Bergman (Brandenton, Florida) suffer- 
ed a stroke recently but is recovering well. 

from Canada 

The Ross Lemire collection of conchological 
books listed in our November 1986 issue has 
sold. Thank you for your interest. Please do 
mention S&SL when you are contacting our 
advertisers. 

from Ohio 

Maiginella Marginalia is now being published 
at the Da^on Museum of Natural History where 
I’m the Curator of Biology, A Malacological 
Research Fund has been established at the 
museum and costs for publishing and mailing 
this newsletter will be taken from that fund. ... 
All donations, which are tax deductable, will be 
added to the Malacological Research Fund and 
should be so designated. So please write to 
"me", the "Editor": Gary A. Coovert, Dayton 
Museum of Natural History, 2629 Ridge Ave., 
Dayton, OH 45414. 

from England 

Mr. Chris Garvie is about to move back to the 
U.S. again. Phone call in March said he would 
be coming "soon". I believe he will be in 
Texas again. 

from Barbados 

Am planning to do you a short “how-to" 
article on manufacturing of a simple but 
effective molluscan (and crab, shrimp) TRAP 
that anyone can make from those indestructible 
1 quart plastic pop bottles. Will probably do a 
photo showing the process at its 5 or 6 different 
stages from intact bottle to finished product. 

Can later do another "how-to" article re. 
construction of simple dredge-baskets and their 
deployment, using boats from dinghy-size up 
to cruiser. I imagine such articles would be 
useful to collectors. - DAVID hunt, Gregg Farm, St. 
Andrew, Barbados, West Indies 

[ed. - You bet! We also would appreciate 
short articles on "how to clean" and "how to 
store" and "how to catalog" your shells.] 


Clam by Scooter Beers 



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Dealer Directory -- page 16 
Club Publications Directory -- page 28 
Club Address & Meeting Directory -- page 29 
Trade Books in Print Directory -- page 31 



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(s.n, i./O, the sipbuDcle dotted in (.ti), and the large body chamber (cA). 


The Nautilus drawing comes from "The Cambridge Natural History, Volume III" edited by S.F, Harmer & A.E. Shipley, 1895. 



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Dealer Directory 


PUERTO RICO 
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 

Cuda - Culebra Underwater Diving 
Association, Culebra PR 00645 

Vieques Divers Inc. Box 1001 
Vieques PR 00765 

Vogel; Joe; Diving Co, PO Box 
7322 St Thomas USVI 00801-7322 

Jeltrup’s Books Mrs Dorothy M. 
Jeltrup, 51 ABC Company St 
Christiansted St Croix; VI 00820 

Sea Shadows. PO Box 505 Cane 
Bay St Thomas USVI 00820 

Aqua Action, PO Box 12138 St 
Thomas USVI 00840 

Cruzan Divers; Inc #12 Strand St, 
Frederiksted St Croix USVI 00840 

Cabrera; Suni G Ocean House, 
151 C Tetuan San Juan PR 00901 

Vivaldi; Jose L, 1801 Parque De 
Las Fuentes Hato Rey PR 00918 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Hampshire Scuba Supply, 52 Main 
St Florence MA 01060 

Dvvyer’s Bookstore; Inc. PO Box 
426 Northampton MA 01061 

Westtield Water Sports, 53 Elm St 
Westfield MA 01085 

Murray Books, 477 Main St 
Wilbraham MA 01095 

Aquatic Adventures, 11 Melville St 
Pittsfield MA 01201 

Guenter; Bruce & Susan, Books, 
BOX 404 S EGREMONT MA 01258 

Sanderson; John R-Antiquarian 
Bookseller, Box 844 Stockbridge 
MA 01262 

Sinauer Associates, Publishers 
Sunderland MA 01375 

Peacock Books, PO Box 2024 
Littleton MA 01460 

Neptune's Haven, 42 St Paul St 
Blackstone MA 01504 

Thomas; Isaiah; Books & Print 
Janes A Visbeck, 980 Main St 
Worcester MA 01603 

East Coast Divers, Inc. 280 
Worcester Rd Framingham MA 
01701 

H F T BOOKS. PO BOX 1301 
FRAMINGHAM MA 01701 

Ferguson; Malcolm M, 1489 Main 
St Concord MA 01742-2919 

Sea Belize Scuba Expeditions. 210 
Washington St Sherborn MA 01770 

Wilkerson Books, 31 Old Winter St 
Lincoln MA 01773 

American Malacologists, NED, PO 
Box 1192 Burlington MA 01803 

Collector's Cabinet, 95 Burlington 
Malt Rd Burlington MA 01803-5396 

Houghton Mifflin Co, 1 WAYSIDE 
RD BURLINGTON MA 01803-4680 

International Divers Supply, 264 
Cambridge St Burlington MA 01803 

Needle; Cheryl Old & Rare Books, 
212 North Rd Chelmsford MA 01824 

Lowell Scuba Center. 477 Gorham 
St Lowell MA 01852 

New England Divers, Inc. 131 
Rantoul St Beverly MA 01915 

Northeast Scuba; Inc. 125 Liberty 
St Danvers MA 01923 

Westminster Stamp Gallery Ltd, 
PO Box 456 Foxboro MA 02035 

North Atlantic Dive Charters. Box 
244 Medway MA 02053 

Ibis Books. 349 Exchange St Millis 
MA 02054 

East Coast Divers, Inc, 237 
Falmouth Rd Hyannis MA 02061 

Ginsberg; Michael -Books; Inc, PO 
Box 402 Sharon MA 02067 


Goodspecd's Book Shop; Inc. 7 
Beacon St & 2 Milk St Boston MA 
02108 

Brattle Book Shop, 25 West St 
Boston MA 02111 

Morrill, Edward & Son, Inc, 25 
Kingston St Boston MA 02111 

Artistic Endeavors. 24 Emerson PI 
Boston MA 02114 

Barber; Phil, Box 8694 Boston MA 
02114 

Bromer Booksellers, 607 Boylston 
St at Copley St Boston MA 02116 

Huntington Books. 135 Newbury St 
#3 Boston MA 02116-2911 

Juvelis; Priscilla; Inc, 150 
Huntington Ave Boston MA 02116 

Calhoun’s; Capt Fred; Charier, PO 
Box 291 Boston MA 02117 

Swift Instruments Inc, 952 
Dorchester Ave Boston MA 02125 

Lee Publications, PO BOX 100 
CAMBRIDGE MA 02142 

United Divers Inc, 59 Washington 
St Somerville MA 02143 

East Coast Divers Inc, 213 
Boylston St Brookline MA 02146 

Worldwide Antiquarian, PO Box 
928 Brookline MA 02146 

Aqua Lung Center of N.E., 663 
Eastern Ave Malden MA 02148 

Burstein; Harold M & Company, 
36 Riverside Dr Waltham MA 02154 

Shell Gallery Piccadilly Sq Ed & 
Gayle Nieburger, 77 Union St 
Newton Centre MA 02159 

Wilkerson; Robin - Books, 24 
Groveland Ave., Auburndale MA 
02166 

Book & Tackle Shop, The Bernard 
Ludwig Gordon, 29 Old Colony Rd 
Chestnut Hill MA 02167 

So Shore Skindivers, Inc, 511 
Washington St Quincy MA 02169 

Adams; Marjorie Parrott BOOKS. 
18 OTIS ST WATERTOWN MA 02172 

Duffy; Mathilde, 508 Belmont St 
Watertown MA 02172-4934 

Heath; DC & Co School Oiv, 125 
Spring St Lexington MA 02173 

Scientia Books, Box 433 Arlington 
MA 02174 

Bromsen; Mary A; Assoc. Inc, 770 
Boylston St Boston MA 02199 

Ars LibrI, Ltd. 286 Summer St 
Boston MA 02210 

Kristiansen; Ralph-Bookseller, PO 
Box 524 Boston MA 02215 

Aquarius Diving Center, Inc, 3239 
Cranberry Hwy Buzzards Bay MA 
02332 

Diver's Market. 305 Court St 
Plymouth MA 02360 

Aquarius Diving Center; Inc, 3239 
Cranberry Hwy Buzzards Bay MA 
02532 

Dermont; Joseph A, PO Box 654 
Onset MA 02558 

Seashells by Maria Cape Cod, 290 
W Main St Hyannis MA 02601 

Cape Cod Museum of Natural 
History, RR #1 Fh 6A Brewster MA 
02631 

Chatham Shell Shop. PO Box 416 
Chatham MA 02633 

Cape Cod Divers; Inc. 815 Main St 
Harwich Port MA 02646 

Woodman; Bernard A. 455 Old 
Falmouth Rd Marslon Mills MA 
02648 

Sea & Sand Alladio; John. PO BOX 
1184 237 Commercial St 

Provincetown MA 02657 


Scuba Center; The, l Highland Ave 
So Attleboro MA 02703 

Cypraea Nut Hut, Box 313 Westport 
MA 02791 

Natural History Products, 15 Cape 
Bial Ln Westport Point MA 02791 

RHODE ISLAND 

Shell Botique, PO Box 144 
Charleston Rl 02813 

Divers World. 754 Main St E 
Greenwich Rl 02818 

Anchor & Dolphin Books, 20 
Franklin St; PO Box 823 Newport Rl 
02840 

Aquidneck Island Diving, 

Normandie Ocean Dr Newport Rl 
02840-6597 

Divers World Bellevue Ave. 
Bellevue Plaza Newport Rl 02840 

Sampaguita; Ltd Bannister's 

Wharf, Newport Rl 02840 

Dohlen; J. von, and Assoc., 27 
Cedar Island Rd Narragansett Rl 
02882 

American Canadian Line; Inc, PO 
Box 368 Warren Rl 02885 

Divers World, 100 Main St Westerly 
Rl 02891 

Paragon; The, Tom Harvey Rd 
Westerly Rl 02891 

Shellegante Sammataro; R 

Michael, 31 Elm St Westerly Rl 
02891 

5 Fathom Divers, 307 Taunton Ave 
East Providence Rl 02914 

Northeast Nat Hist Imports %Paul 
R Monolils, PO Box 6183 
Providence Rl 02940 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Babcock, Bert Bookseller, PO Box 
1140 Derry NH 03038 

Colophon Book Shop, PO Box E 
Epping NH 03042 

Hendsey; John F - Bookseller, N 
River Rd; Box 60 Epping NH 03042 

Water Sports, Inc, 352 S Broadway 
Salem NH 03079 

Diver's Den Dive Shop Inc, 730 
Mammoth Rd Manchester NH 03104 

Yankee Book Peddler Inc, Maple St 
Contoocook NH 03229 

New Hampshire Natural Heritage, 
54 Portsmouth St. Concord NH 
03301 

Hurley Books, Rt 12 Westmoreland 
NH 03467 

Carry Back Books, Haverhill NH 
03765 

Cleland’s Books, 63 MARKET ST 
PORTSMOUTH NH 03801 

Hanrahan; J & J Books; Paintings; 
Prints, Noble's lsland-4R; 500 
Market Portsmouth NH 03801 

Lindsay; Paul %Normandeau 
Assoc. 15 Pickering Ave Portsmouth 
NH 03801 

MAINE 

Pop's Shell Shack, PO Box 248 
York Beach ME 03910 

Cross Hill Books, PO Box 798 
Brunswick ME 04011 

Harding; Douglas N Webhannet 
Farm, Box 184; Rt 1 Wells ME 04090 

Tommy's Hardware Tommy's Dive 
Shop, 273 Congress St Portland ME 
04101 

Ledlie; Patricia Natural History 
Bookselle, Box 46 Buckfield ME 
04220 

Seafarers Expeditions. 96 Harlow 
St Sle D-86 Bangor ME 04401 

Katahdin Outfitters, Box 34 
Nillinockel ME 04402 

Falk; Barbara • Bookseller, PO 
BOX 356 RTE 166A CASTINE ME 
04421 

Allagash. Box 713H Greenville ME 
04441 


Aesthetic Lapidary. 700 Main Rd N 
Hampden ME 04444 

Harbor Divers. Rt 102A Star Rt Box 
40 Bass Harbor ME 04653 

Berliawsky; Lillian Books, 23 Bay 
View St Camden ME 04843 

Seafood Soundings, Lobster Cover 
Road Monhegan Island ME 04852 

Aqua City Scuba; Inc. 11 Water St 
Waterville ME 04901 

Old Shell Shop; The Searsport Ave, 
Route 1 Belfast ME 04915 

VERMONT 

African Travel, Rt 2 Box 732 Bethel 
VT 05032 

Electric Bookstore; The. 
Bridgewater VT 05034 

Adelson; Richard H Antiquarian 
Bookseller, N Pomfret VT 05053 

Johnson; John Natural History 
Books, RD 2 N Bennington VT 
05257 

Bygone Books. 91 College St 
Burlington VT 05401 

Fraser; James, 390 S Willard 
Burlington VT 05401 

Country Bookshop; The, RFD 2 
PLAINFIELD VT 05667 

Tuttle; Charles E; Co Inc, 28 S 
MAIN ST (DRAWER F) RUTLAND VT 
05701 

CONNECTICUT 
Colebrook Book Barn, Rt 183, Box 
108 Colebrook CT 06021 

Country Lane Books, PO Box 47 
Collinsville CT 06022 

Emerson; R 8t D The Old Church, 
Mill St Falls Village CT 06031 

Davy Jones Locker, 3 Ellen Dr 
Farmington CT 06032 

Underwater Swimmers, 1038 
Farmington Ave Kensington CT 
06037 

Innerspace Diving Supply, 598 
Center St Manchester CT 06040 

Bookstore CCSU Central 
Connecticut State, College New 
Britain CT 06050 

Nadolny; Julian J Natural History 
Bookseller, PO Box 53 New Britain 
CT 06050 

Country Lane Books, Shady Brook 
Rd New Hartford CT 06057 

Jack’s Dive Center, Inc, 466 East St 
(Rt. 10) Plainville CT 06062 

High Adventure Inc, Box 771N 
Simsbury CT 06070 

Lumb; Phyllis M; Bibliophyl, 55 
Sunnyfield Dr Windsor CT 06095 

K-R Nautical Interiors, 156 
Prospect St Wethersfield CT 06109 

Bookstore University of 
Connecticut, Slorrs CT 06268 

Treasures By the Sea, 197 Main St 
Niantic CT 06357 

Multitech Marine Swim & Scuba 
Center Inc, 190 Flanders Rd Niantic 
CT 06357 

Roberts, Mervin F, One Duck River 
Lane. Old Lyme, CT 06371 

Sand Castle; The, 779 E Main St 
Branford CT 06405-2917 

Audio - Forum, 96 Broad St 
Guilford CT 06437 

Dunn’s Mysteries, 251 BALDWIN 
AVE MERIDEN CT 06450 

Chiswick Bookshop; Inc, Walnut 
Tree Hill Rd Sandy Hook CT 06482 

Dumler; Ann Books, 67 WESTWAY 
RD SOUTHPORT CT 06490 

Underwater Swimmers. 526 Main 
St West Haven CT 06516 

Bookstore - University of 
Bridgeport, Bridgeport CT 06602 

Orbit Marine Sports Center Inc, 
3273 Fairfield Ave Bridgeport CT 
06605 


Key Book Service Inc, 425 Asylum 
St Bridgeport CT 06610 

Angler's &Shooter's Bookshelf 
Col. Henry A Siegel. Goshen CT 
06756 

Central Sales Scuba. 136 Carter Rd 
Thomaston CT 06787 

Diving Bell; Ltd. 461 Federal Rd 
Brookfield CT 06804 

Book Block, The, 8 Loughlin Ave, 
Cos Cob, Greenwich CT 06807 

Perry Mason Safaris, Box 1643 
Darien CT 06820 

Himalayan Travel, Inc, PO Box 481 
Greenwich CT 06830 

Daly Collection, The, PO Box 2697 
Ridgefield CT 06877 

Guthman Americana - Books, PO 
Box 392 Westport CT 06881 

Althor Products Co, Box 1236 
Weston CT 06883 

Archives Historical Autograph, 
119 Chestnut Hill Rd Wilton CT 
06897 

British Coastal Trails Inc, 79.J 
Country Club Rd Stamford CT 06903 

Moss; Jacquetin; Museum Tours, 
131 Davenport Ridge Lane Stamford 
CT 06903 

NEW JERSEY 

Crown Publishers Inc Outlet Book 
Co Inc, 34 ENGELHARD AVE 
AVENAL NJ 07001 

Sub-Ocean Services, Inc, 340 
Broadway Bayonne NJ 07002 

Aquanaut Voyageor, Inc, Box 1583 
W Caldwell NJ 07007 

Cedar Grove Divers Supply. 492 
Pompton Ave Rd. 23 Cedar Grove 
NJ 07009 

AB Bookman Publications Inc, PO 
Box AB Clifton NJ 07015 

Marboro Books, 205 MOONACHIE 
RD MOONACHIE NJ 07074 

Books-on-File, Box 195 Union City 
NJ 07087-0195 

Chartwelt Books; Inc Promotions 
Dept, 110 Enterprise Ave Secaceus 
NJ 07094 

Balish; Leonard Bookseller, PO 
Box 25 Englewood NJ 07631-0025 

Book Store at Depot Square, 8 
DEPOT SQUARE ENGLEWOOD NJ 
07631 

Bebe's Place, 145 Marshall Ave 
Little Ferry NJ 07643 

Johnson; Walter J; Inc, 355 
Chestnut St Norwood NJ 07648 

Underwater Sports of NJ Inc, Rt 17 
South Rochelle Park NJ 07662 

Underwater Sports; Inc, Rl 17 S 
Rochelle Park NJ 07662 

Divers Two, One Main St Avon NJ 
07717 

Dosil's Sports Center, 261 R 36 E 
Keansburg NJ 07734 

Marlin Scuba Shop, 506 R 17 
Ramsey NJ 07746 

East Coast Diving Service, Inc, 
Spring Valley & Texas Fid 
Morganville NJ 07751 

Professional Divers, Inc, 70 Hwy 
35 Neptune City NJ 07753 

TFH Publications; Inc Promotions 
Dept, PO Box 427 Neptune NJ 
07753 

Hahn; Morton; Inc, 19 Bedminster 
Rd Randolph NJ 07869 

Underwater Adventures Scuba, 
1152 Route 10 Randolph NJ 07869 

Hickok; Ernest S Books, 382 
Springfield Ave Summit NJ 07901 

Gardiner; Avis & Rockwell, 60 Mill 
Rd Stamford CT 07903 

Lakeland Scuba Divers. 92 Route 
#10 E Hanover NJ 07936 

Chatham Bookseller; The. 8 Green 
Village Rd Madison NJ 07940 


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Shell Cellar; The Tony Bobler, 
3488 Valley Rd Millington NJ 07946 

Cummins; James • Bookseller 
Inc, PO Box 232 Pottersville NJ 
07979 

Triton Divers of L6I Eric Newman, 
4404 Long Beach Bl Brant Beach NJ 
08008 

Piesus Publishing Promotions 
Dept, PO Box 550 Marllon NJ 08053 

Biology Digest Mary S Hogan, 143 
Old Marlton Pike Medford NJ 08055 

Land and Sea Gift Shops, 2301 
Route 130 Cinnaminson NJ 08077 

Dive Shop of New Jersey. RD1, 33 
Delsea Dr Hurffville NJ 08080 

Higgins, Esther S, 17 W Browning 
Rd Collingswood NJ 08108 

Bittle’s Shell Shop, 6 Landis Ave 
West Cape May NJ 08204 

Down Home Crafts, PO Box 242 
Cape May NJ 08204 

Whale's Tale; The Sue Hobbs, 242 
6th Ave; PO Box 153 Cape May NJ 
08204 

Egg Harbor Books & Records, 612 
White Horse Pike Egg Harbor City 
NJ 08215 

Heinoldt Books, 1325 W Central 
Ave South Egg Harbor NJ 08215 

East Coast Diving Supply, 2603 
New.Rd Northfield NJ 08225 

Discovery Seashell Museum 2721 
AsburyAve, PO Box 121 Ocean City 
NJ 08226 

Shafto's Shells, 1244 Asbury Ave 
Ocean City NJ 08226 

Shell Yard H Lawrence Strange, 
2721 Asbury Ave Ocean City NJ 
08226 

Futginiti; William G House of 
Shells. Wildwood NJ 08260 

Bauman Rare Books David & 
Natalie Bauman. 14 S La Clede PI 
Atlantic City NJ 08401 

Bookbizniz Mr Loreto R Yap, 23 N 
Florida Atlantic City NJ 08401 

Earthly Possessions PO Box 1406, 
Atlantic City NJ 08401 

PAB 2918 Atlantic Ave, Atlantic City 
NJ 08401 

La Scala Autographs James 
Camner, PO Box 268 Plainsboro NJ 
08536 

Arnold's Used Books, 357 COLO 
SOIL RD PRINCETON NJ 08540 

Darwin Press, The, Inc Ed 
Breisacher, Box 2202 Princeton NJ 
08540 

Felcone; Joseph J; Inc Rare 
Books, PO Box 366 Princeton NJ 
08540 

Princeton Aqua Sports, 306 
Alexander St Princeton NJ 08540 

Princeton Nature Tours, 282 
Western Way Princeton NH 08540 

Bay Berry Motel, 1005 Grand 
Central Ave Lavallette NJ 08735 

Bait 'n Tackle Shop, Hwy 35 
Normandy Beach NJ 08738 

Wuesthoff; Ernest The Bait 'n 
Tackle Shop, PO Box 786 
Normandy Beach NJ 08739 

Underwater Discovery, Inc. 2722 Fit 
37 East Toms River NJ 08753 

Key Trading Robert A Tanskey, 
536 Fayette St Perth Amboy NJ 
08861 

Wiley; John & Sons; Inc 
Promotions Dept, PO Box 063 
Somerset NJ 08873 

Divers Cover, Hwy 35 Laurence 
Harbor NJ 08879 

Whitehouse Aquatic Center. Box 
97-C Hwy 22 West Whitehouse 
Station NJ 08889 


NEW YORK 

Carlton Press Promotions Dept 11 
W 32nd St New York NY 10001 

Globus Gifts; Inc, 1140 Broadway 
New York NY 10001 

Methuen; Inc Valerie Berk, 29 W 
35th St New York NY 10001 

Amer. Jour. Phys Anthrpology 
Alan R Liss; Inc, 41 East 11th St 
New York NY 10003 

Einhorn Maxwell; MM- Books, 80 
E 11th St New York NY 10003 

Hannotte; Dean, 151 First Ave #200 
New York NY 10003 

International University Booksell- 
ers; Inc-IUB Bldg. 30 In/ing PI New 
York NY 10003 

Wall Street Journal Ron Atsop; 
Marketing, 22 Courtland St. New 
York NY 10007 

DM News - Editor, 19 West 21st. 
Street New York NY 10010 

Grosset & Dunlap Promotions 
Dept, 51 MADISON AVE NEW YORK 
NY 10010 

Harper; Lathrop C, Inc, 175 5th Ave 
#517 New York NY 10010-7703 

Melford; Michael, 32 IE 22nd St 
New York NY 10010 

Questers Worldwide Nature Tours, 
257 Park Ave S New York NY 10010 

Swann Galleries, Inc, 104 E 25th St 
New York NY 10010 

Syntonic Research, Inc Mike 
O'Neil - Prod. Mgr., 175 5th Ave 
New York NY 10010 

Advertising World - Editor, 150 
Fifth Avenue New York NY 10011 

Atlantis 2, 498 Sixth Ave New York 
NY 10011 

Media News Keys - Editor, 150 
Fifth Avenue New York NY 10011 

Taplinger Publishing Co Inc 
Promotions Dept, 132 W 22ND ST 
NEW YORK NY 10011 

Davies; Bevan; Books, 431 W 
Broadway New York NY 10012 

Wilkin Gallery Books, 415 W 
Broadway, 4th Floor New York NY 
10012 

Broude Brothers Limited, 170 
Varick St New York NY 10013 

Chessler; Michael BOOKS, 90 
HUDSON ST NEW YORK NY 10013 

Books of Wonder, 464 Hudson St 
New York NY 10014 

Dover Publications; Inc 
Promotions Dept, 180 VARICK ST 
NEW YORK NY 10014 

Greenland Cruises; Inc Dominic 
Capezza, 10 Park Ave New York NY 
10016 

Harris Search & Research, 145 E 
37th St New York NY 10016 

Marketing Communications -Edi, 
475 Park Avenue South New York 
NY 10016 

Seashells Unlimited Veronica 
Parker Johns, 590 3rd Ave New 
York NY 10016 

Zucker; Irving Art Books, Inc, 305 
5th Ave Rm 1503 New York NY 
10016-6601 

Advertising Age -Editor, 220 East 
42nd. St. New York NY 10017 

AdWeek East > Editor, 820 Second 
Ave New York NY 10017 

Bowker; R R; Co Promotions Dept, 
205 E 42nd St New York NY 10017 

Gallagher Report • Editor, 230 Park 
Avenue New York NY 10017 

Holt; Rinehart & Winston CBS Inc, 
383 Madison Ave New York NY 
10017 

Kraus; H P - Books Kit Currie; 
Roland Folter, 16 E 46th St New 
York NY 10017 


Madison Avenue - Editor, 369 
Lexington Avenue New York NY 
10017 

Marketing Executive's Digest 
Editor, 633 Third Avenue New York 
NY 10017 

Sales and Marketing Managemen 
Editor, 633 Third Avenue New York 
NY 10017 

Toys; Hobbies & Crafts - Edit, 757 
Third Avenue New York NY 10017 

United Press International Ms 
Dorothea Brooks; Busin, 220 E. 
42nd. St. New York NY 10017 

Zambia Airways, 370 Lexington Ave 
H New York NY 10017 

Zodiac Watch Co Factory Dive 
Watch Repair, 565-5th Ave New 
York NY 10017 

Roth & Steiner Division Cresthill 
Industries, 519 8th Ave New York 
NY 10018 

Silverstein; Arthur; Co, 526 7th Ave 
New York NY 10018 

American Business • Editor, 1775 
Broadway New York NY 10019 

Bartfield; J.N. George Bartfield, 45 
W 57lh St New York NY 10019 

Heinman; W S, PO Box 926 New 
York NY 10019 

Lodging Amer Hotel - Motel As 
Editor, 888 Seventh Avenue New 
York NY 10019 

Special Expeditions, Inc, 720 Fifth 
Ave New York NY 10019 

Antiquarian Booksellers Assoc 
America, 50 Rockefeller Plaza New 
York NY 10020 

Business Week Ms Geraldine 
Fabrikant -, 1221 Avenue of the 
Americas New York NY 10020 

Europe by Car, One Rockefeller 
Plaza New York NY 10020 

Simon & Schuster Catalog Sales, 
1230 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS 
NEW YORK NY 10020 

Appelfeld Gallery Louis Appelfeld, 
1372 York Ave New York NY 10021 


MacMillan Publishing Co School 
Division. 866 Third Ave New York 
NY 10022 

MIN Media Industry Newsletter 
Editor, 18 East 53rd. Street New 
York NY 10022 

Scribner Educational Publishe 
Marketing, 866 Third Ave New York 
NY 10022 

Specialist Environmental Educ 
Girl Scout Headquarters. 830 Third 
Ave New York NY 10022 

Turtle Tours, 251 E 51 st St New 
York City NY 10022 

Pan Aqua Diving; Inc, 166 W 75th 
St New York NY 10023 

Scuba World, 167 W 72nd St New 
York NY 10023 

Hill; Jonathan A; Bookseller, 470 
West End Ave New York NY 10024 

HWK Books. 540 W 114th St New 
York NY 10025 

Biodiversity Directory Montague; 
Katherine, 969 Park Ave New York 
NY 10028 

Breslauer; Martin; Inc, PO Box 607 
New York NY 10028 

Goldschmidt; Lucien; Inc, 1117 
Madison Ave New York NY 10028 

Aqua-Lung Center; Richards, 233 
W 42nd St Times Square; New York; 
NY 10036 

Catalog and Showroom Business 
Editor, 1515 Broadway New York NY 
10036 

Gotham Book Mart & Gallery Inc, 
41 @ 47lh St New York NY 10036 

Larousse & Co; Inc Catalog Sales, 
572 Fifth Ave New York NY 10036 

Marketing & Media Decisions 
Sandra Rifkin; Editor in, 1140 
Avenue of the Americas New York 
NY 10036 

New York Times Mr Phil 
Dougherty; Advert, 229 W 43rd. ST. 
New York NY 10036 

Richards Aqua Lung Center, 233 
W 42nd St New York NY 10036 


Dalles Devine; Books, RD 2 BOX 
121-C KATONAH NY 10536 

Katonah Book Scout, 75 Meadow 
Lane Katonah NY 10536 

Bernett, F. A., Inc Use B & Peter 
Bernett, 2001 Palmer Ave 
Larchmounl NY 10538 

Craftsman's Crucible; Inc, 4 
Chatsworth Ave Larchmont NY 
10538-2924 

Christoffersen; Jens J Rare 
Books, 221 South Barry Ave 
Mamaroneck NY 10543 

Kraus Periodicals Co Gunther 
Sprunkel, Rt 100 Millwood NY 
10546 

Appel, Paul P Bookseller, 216 
Washington St Mt Vernon NY 10553 

American Book Collector 
Catalogues Received, PO Box 
867A Ossining NY 10562-0867 

HRM Software Human Relations 
Media, 175 Tompkins Ave 
Pleasantville NY 10570 

Westchester Dive Center & 
School, 62 Westchester Ave Port 
Chester NY 10573 

High Ridge Books; Inc Howard S 
Baron, PO Box 286 Rye NY 10580 

Cougar Sports, PO Box 1107 
Scarsdale NY 10583-9107 

Educo Services International Inc, 
75 N Kensico Ave Valhalla NY 10595 

George Arden Jr, 259 Hunterbrook 
Fid Yorktown Heights NY 10598 

Adamovich; Dimitri Books, 81 
Waring PI Yonkers NY 10703 

Stage; John Lewis, Mountain Rd 
New Melford NY 10959 

Aleph-Bet Books Helen Younger, 
670 Waters Edge Valley Cottage NY 
10989 

Scuba Training & Equipment 
Center; Inc, 12 Bobby Lane West 
Nyack NY 10994 

Oden Industries Odenwald; John 
J, 426 Hunt Lane Manhasset NY 
11030 

Shellshock David Luchow, 87 East 
St New Hyde Park NY 11040 

Dover Scientific Co Frank Hall, 
Box 6011 Long Island City NY 11106 

GORDON; ANNE BOOKS, 175 
ADAMS ST BROOKLYN NY 11201 

Revere, Lee, 195 Adams St Brooklyn 
NY 11201 

Main Street Booksellers PO Box 
103, Vanderveer Station Brooklyn NY 
11210 

King County Divers Corp, 2417 
Ave U Brooklyn NY 11229 

Gill's Shamaron Shells %Marty 
Gill. 1306 E 48th St Brooklyn New 
York NY 11234 

Aqua Crazy Harvey, 3179 Emmons 
Ave Brooklyn NY 11235 

Cohan; Leonard Cohan & Cohan 
Books, 2900 Ocean Ave; Apt 6N 
Brooklyn NY 11235 

Professional Dive Trips; Inc, 3662 
Shore Parkway Brooklyn NY 11235 

Blaustein; Norman Publisher & 
Bookseller, 646 Vanderbilt Ave 
Brooklyn NY 11238 

Berry Hill Bookshop. RT 12-B BOX 
118 DEANSBORO NY 11328 

Worldwide Specimen Shells 
%Richard Goldberg. PO Box 137 
Fresh Meadows NY 11365 

Amber-Craft 55-13 96th St, Corona 
NY 11368 

Janta; V, 88-28 43rd Ave Elmhurst 
NY 11373 

Caravan-Maritime Books, 67-06 
168lh PI Jamaica NY 11432 

Dover Publications; Inc ^Thomas 
J Crawford, 31 E 2nd St Mineola NY 
11501 


De Simone Company, 793 
Lexington Ave New York NY 10021 

Duschnes; Philip C, Inc, 201 E 
66th St #17L New York NY 10021- 
6451 

Ex Libris, 160A E 70th St New York 
NY 10021 

Fox; Leonard; Ltd, 667 Madison 
Ave New York NY 10021 

Gregory; K - Books & Prints, 222 
East 71st St. New York NY 10021 

King Bird Tours, PO Box 196 
Planetarium Static NY 10021 

Limited Editions, 253 E 72nd St 
New York NY 10021 

Sotheby's Mary-Jo Kline & Selby 
Kif, 1334 York Ave New York NY 
10021 

Ad Forum - Editor, 18 East 53rd. 
Street New York NY 10022 

Ad-Day USA - Editor, 919 Third 
Avenue New York NY 10022 

Argosy Book Store, Inc Louis 
Cohen. 116 E 59th St New York NY 
10022 

Arkway, Richard B, Inc Bookseller, 
538 Madison Ave New York NY 
10022 

Collector’s Cabinet; The, 153 E 
57th New York NY 10022 

Fleming; John F; Inc, 322 E 57th St 
New York NY 10022 

Hotel & Resort Industry - Edi, 509 
Madison Avenue New York NY 
10022 

House of Books; Ltd Mr Louis 
Henry Cohn. 120 E 56th St New 
York NY 10022 

Journeyworld. 155 E 55th St New 
York NY 10022 


Taylor Marchant-Micrographics 
Harvey B Schneider, 25 W 45th St 
New York NY 10036 

Amerex Commodities Co, 170 
Broadway - Room 201 New York NY 
10038 

Captain Hook's Fulton Fish 
Market, 10 Fulton St New York NY 
10038 

Haley; Caleb & Co Inc, 14 Fulton 
Fish Market New York NY 10038 

Abrams; Harry N; Inc L Wolford; 
Catalog Sales. 110 East 59lh St 
New York NY 10052 

VideoQuest Advertising Manager, 
PO Box 1515 Radio City Station NY 
10101 

Buck, Jutta Bookseller, 4 E 95th St 
New York NY 10128 

SEBA, Box 1478, FDR Station New 
York NY 10150 

Wiley, John & Sons, Inc Lori 
Wong, 605 3rd Ave New York NY 
10158 

Gilman; Stanley, PO Box 131 
Cooper Station New York NY 10276 

Forte Anthony. 8 Cayuga Ave 
Staten Island NY 10301 

COHEN; J.M. RARE BOOKS, PO 
BOX 542 BRONX NY 10463-0542 

Third Stone from the Sun Potter; 
Steve. 3156 A Miles Ave Bronx NY 
10465 

Caligo Ventures. PO Box 21 
Armonk NY 10504-0021 

Antipodean Books David D R 
Lilburne, PO Box 189 Cold Spring 
NY 10516 

Pergamon Press Promotions 
Dept, Maxwell House; Fairview Park 
ELMSFORD NY 10523 


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SHELLS and SEA LIFE - volume 19, Number 4 


Golden Philatelies Myrna & Jack 
Golden. PO Box 4S4 Cedarhurst NY 
11516 

Island Scuba Centers; Inc, 74 
Woodcleft Ave Freeport NY 11520 

Direct Marketing, 224 Seventh 
Sireel Garden City NY 11530 

Friday Report; The Editor. 227 
Seventh Street Garden City NY 
11530 

Marketing Information Guide 
Editor, 224 Seventh Street Garden 
City NY 11530 

Innerspace Dive Shop; Inc, 57 
Forest Ave Glen Cove NY 11542 

Bookstore Long Island Univ. C W 
Post College. Sloney Brook NY 
11548 

LeBel; J M; Enterprises Ltd, 191 
Rutland Rd Hempstead NY 11550 

Mai de Mer Enterprises Bob & 
Dottie Janowski, PO Box 482 West 
Hempstead NY 11552 

Pisces Books-Div PBC int; Inc 
Herb Taylor. PO Sox 678 Locust 
Valley NY 11560 

JACOBS; R.M. BOOKSELLER. PO 
BOX 44 LONG BEACH NY 11561 

Eigen Books Esther Geller, 336 
DeMott Ave Rockville Centre NY 
11570 

Greene; Robert BOOKSELLER. 140 
PRINCETON RD ROCKVILLE 
CENTRE NY 11570 

Greene; Paulette - Rare Books 140 
Princeton Rd, Rockville Centre NY 
11570 

Parrots of the World, 239A Sunrise 
Highway Rockville Centre NY 11570 

Bookmarx; Inc, 28 LINCOLN AVE 
ROSLYN HEIGHTS NY 11577 

M.N.LO. Books. P O Box 155 
Roslyn Heights NY 11577 

Philippine Products; Inc 141 
Gilmar Lane, Roslyn Heights NY 
11577 

Florashell Studio Esther Gilman, 
60 Dartmout St Valley Stream NY 
11581 

Divers Way. 596 Sunrise Hwy Bay 
Shore NY 11706 

Olsen's Cove 60 S Montgomery 
Ave, Bay Shore NY 11706 

Sound Watersporls, 271 Bayville 
Ave Bayville NY 11709 

Long Island Rock Shop 2704 
Grand Ave, Bellmore NY 11710 

Amron Scuba Center PO Box 72, 
Brookhaven NY 11719 

North Shore Books, 8 Green St 
Huntington NY 11743 

Golden Age BOOKSELLER. 81 
BUTTON DR DIX HILLS NY 11746 

Herp Search Service &Exchange 
Steven Weinkselbaum, 117 E 
Santa Barbara Road Lindenhurst NY 
11757 

BAYVIEW BOOKS & BINDERY, 99 
BAYVIEW AVE NORTHPORT NY 
11768 

Gemport Corporation Route 25A, 
Norlhport NY 11768 

B C BOOKS. 6*10 POND VIEW E 
PATCHOGUE NY 11772 

Good Times Bookshop; The, 150 E 
Mam St Port Jefferson NY 11777 

Moran; Edward A, Box ’231 Rocky 
Point NY 11778 

Swim King Dive Shop. 471 Route 
25A Rocky Point NY 11778 

Island Marine Imports, 335 
Ronkonkoma Ave Ronkonkoma NY 
11779 

Gonzalez; Jean SCIENCE- 
FICTIONEER, 21 HOBSON AVE ST 
JAMES NY 11780 

Catalog & Showroom Merchandis 
Editor. 1020 West Turnpike 
Smithlovm NY 11787 


Book Journeys, 15 BOWEN PLACE 
STONY BOOK NY 11790 

Cornucopia BOOKS. RD BOX 2108; 
EDGE RD SYOSSET NY 11791 

Caster; Jo-Ann & Richard Antique 
Maps. RR 2 Little Bay Rd Wading 
River NY 11792 

South Bay Diving Center, 3028 
Merrick Rd Wantagh NY 11793 

Allen Sports Dive Center, 249 N 
Ave New Rochelle NY 11801 

Bonmark Books, 182 OLD 
COUNTRY ROAD HICKSVILLE NY 
11801 

7*Z*s Hampton Bays Divers Inc 
Craig Zitek. 1140 Flanders Rd 
Riverhead NY 11901 

Coral Reef. 1730 North Highway 
Southampton NY 11968 

Exquisite Reptiles, Box 300 
Southampton NY 11968 

Flowers From the Sea 1547 North 
Highwy, Southampton NY 11968 

Bennett; Edna • Books, 495 
Northfield Lane Southold NY 11971 

Bacon Pamphlet Service Inc, East 
Chatham NY 12060 

Librarium, Rd Box 190 East 
Chatham NY 12060 

Paul; Francis. 50 Church St 
Hoosisk Falls NY 12090 

Kibbe; Doug Natural History 
Books, Box 34 Maryland NY 12116 

A'Gatherin’ Robert Dalton Harris, 
PO Box 175 Wynantskill NY 12198 

Humphrey; Fred Books, 5 Picotte 
Dr Albany NY 12208 

Huxley; Michael Natural Hist. 
Bookseller, 355 Loudon Rd 
Loudonville NY 12211 

Hammer Mountain Book Halls 
Wayne & Jane Sommers, 841 
Union St Schenectady NY 12308 

DeLucia; David, Cedar Grove. Apts 
#E13 Ellenville NY 12428-2146 

Benjamin; Walter R Autographs, 
Inc, PO Box 255 Hunter NY 12442 

Mommsen; A D, Woodcrest 
Brxiderhof Rifton NY 12471 

Cowen; Nathaniel; Bookseller, 16 
Schoonmaker Ln Woodstock NY 
12498 

Bookmart, PO Box 101 Gardiner NY 
12525 

Hirsch; Daniel • Books, PO Box 
315 Hopewell Junction NY 12533 

Frisch; Howard. PO Box 75 
Livingston NY 12541 

Dive Shop, 114 Main St Maybrook 
NY 12543 

Hudson River Metal Detector & 
Scuba Sales. RD 3 Box 3A Rt 44 
Pleasant Valley NY 12569 

Adventure Outfitters. Rt 9 North 
Poughkepsie NY 12601 

Orbit Books Promotion Dept, Box 
1674 Poughkeepsie NY 12601 

Marsh Scuba Supply; Inc, 19 Lauer 
Rd Poughkeepsie NY 12603 

Heller; Morris, PO Box 529 
Monticello NY 12701 

Lubrecht & Cramer Harry D 
Lubrecht. RFD 1 Box 244 
Forestberg NY 12777 

Glover, Ida. 19 Washington St 
Cambridge NY 12816 

Hennesseys; The Helen B 
Hennessey, 4lh & Woodlawn 
Saratoga NY 12866 

Currey; L W; Inc. Church St 
Elizabethtown NY 12932 

Johnson & O'Donnell Rare Book 
Bruce Johnson, 1015 State Tower 
Bldg Syracuse NY 13202 

Aquatic World. 114 Kreischer Rd N 
Syracuse NY 13212 


Watkins Natural History Books 
Larry C Watkins. RD 1; Belden 
Corners Rd Dolgeville NY 13329 

Petrified Creatures. PO Box 751 
Richfield Springs NY 13439 

Cabin in the Pines Bookshop. Rt 2 
Potsdam NY 13676 

Simmons; David O Walter* Fire 
Dept. 2 Maple St Walton NY 13856 

Water World Connection. 1222 
Arterial Highway Binghamton NY 
13901 

Opened Book; The, Box 512 
Fredonia NY 14063 

Clare; Roy W - Antiquarian and 
Uncommon Books, PO Box 136 
Getzville NY 14068 

Niagara Scuba Sports, 2048 
Niagara St Buffalo NY 14207 

R & B's Shellcraft Ms Muriel 
Trowbridge, 45 Herkimer St Buffalo 
NY 14213 

Dip 'N Dive, Inc, 500 Niagra Falls 81 
Buffalo NY 14223 

Amaranth Books, Buffalo NY 14225 

Finger Lake Aquatics, Inc 
Canadandaigua Sailboard., City 
Pier Canandaigua NY 14424 

Dive Plan, 11 Comercial St Livonia 
NY 14487 

Old & Rare Love Affair Marjorie L 
Coons. 215 Spring St Jamestown 
NY 14701 

Hughes; Peter; Dive Barbados, 
520 W State St Ithaca NY 14850 

Paleontological Research Inst, 
1259 Trumansburg Rd Ithaca NY 
14850 

Voyagers, Box 915 Ithaca NY 14851 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Smiley's Scuba Shop; Inc, 12985 
Perry Highway; Fit 19 Wexford PA 
15090 


Dive In; The, 508 Main St 
Stroudsburg PA 18360 

Pisces Divers. 313 Park St 
Honesdale PA 18431 

Scuba-America. 600 E Drinker St 
Scranton PA 18505 

Underwater USA Locker, PO Box 
195 Beach Haven PA 18601-0195 

Northeast Divers - Kingston, 338 
Pierce St Kingston PA 18704 

Sea and Shore Attractions 102 
Miner Street, Hudson PA 18705 

Scuba Parts, PO Box 949 
Doylestown PA 18901 

Batchelder; Robert F, 1 W Butler 
Ave Ambler PA 19002 

Shell Yard H Lawrence Strange, 
1076 Wynnfield Av Huntingdon 
Valley PA 19006 

Mid-Atlantic Scuba Center, 3540 
St. Rd Bensalem PA 19020 

Underwater World; Inc, 495 Easton 
Rd Horsham PA 19044 

Cassidy; William J, 301 Farnum Rd 
Media PA 19063-1605 
Harris; Paul Harrowood Books, 
3943 North Providence Rd Newton 
Square PA 19073 

Chilton Book Co Promotion Dept, 
201 KING OF PRUSSIA RD RADNOR 
PA 19089 

Curios & Comforts Ltd. 50 E 
Wynnewood Rd Wynnewood PA 
19096 

Decker; Robert 3 Parkway, Penwalt 
Bldg 1st Floor Philadelphia PA 
19102 

Allen, William H - Bookseller 
George Allen, 2031 Walnut St 
Philadelphia PA 19103 

ANSP - Museum Gift Shop Acad 
Nat Sci Philadelphia, 19th and the 
Parkway Philadelphia PA 19103 


Shell Gallery %Becky Lantz, 106 j 

Whisperwood Ln Rehobolh Beach i 

DE 19971-9520 

WASHINGTON D.C. 

Los Angeles Times Mr Robert 
Rosenblatt - Bu, 1875 NW # 1 100 I 
Washington DC 20006 ^ 

Booked Up. 1209 31st St NW < 
Washington DC 20007 

Hale; William E - Books. 1222 31st 
SI NW Washington DC 20007 

Journal College Science Teach 
NSTA, 1742 Connecticut Ave NW 
Washington DC 20009 

Science & Children NSTA. 1742 !i 

Connecticut Ave NW Washington | 
DC 20009 I 

Science Scope NSTA. 1742 
Connecticut Ave NW Washington 
DC 20009 

Science Teacher; The NSTA, 1742 
Connecticut Ave NW Washington ‘ 
DC 20009 ; 

Dabney; Q M & Co; Inc, PO Box 
42026 Washington DC 20015 

Treasure Chest, 3176 Upland 
Terrace; NW Washington DC 20015 

Co-op America, Inc, 2100 M St NW 
Ste. 310 Washington DC 20063 

Random House; Inc, 400 HAHN RD 
WESTMINSTER MD 20157 

Ernest; James PAC 0242, Panama 
Dos Washington DC 20521 F 

Smithsonian Bookstore, 14h St & I 
Constitution NW Washington DC | 
20560 j 

MARYLAND 

Dykes; Jeff - Western Books, Box 
38 College Park MD 20740 

Dynamo Dive Shop, 8906 Rhode 
Island Ave College Park MD 20740 

Peregrine Enterprises, Inc. PO Box 
1003 College Park MD 20740 


Professional Diving Services Inc, 
1135 Pittsburgh St Springdale PA 
15144 

Washington Scuba Center, RD #6 
Box 518 Washington PA 15301 

Three Rivers Diving, Rt 19 S 
Washington; Rd Canonsburg PA 
15317 

Randy's Dive Shop, RD 6, Sandy 
Hill Rd Irwin PA 15642 

B & B Marine. Hillsville-Bessemer 
Rd Hillsville PA 16132 

Cantrell’s Books, 15 S Pearl St 
North East PA 16428 

Erie Book Store, 717 French St Erie 
PA 16501 

Diver's World. 1904 W 26th St Erie 
PA 16508 

Brandyberry Museum John J 
Brandyberry, 417 W Bainbridge St 
Elizabeth PA 17022 

Jolly Roger Dive Shop; Inc, PO 
Box 250 Richland PA 17087-0250 

Harrisburg Scuba Center; Inc, 
991-A Peiffers Ln Harrisburg PA 
17109 

Family Album; The Ronald 
Lieberman, RD1 Box 42 Glen Rock 
PA 17327 

Bainbridge Sportsmen's Club, RD 
1 Box 23-1 Bainbridge PA 17502 

Coin-Ucopia Exchange. PO Box 
255 Reinholds PA 17569-0255 

Smokey’s Diver’s Den. 412 N Duke 
St Lancaster PA 17602 

Brodart Books Sally MileskI, 500 
Arch St Williamsport PA 17701 

Cook’s; Don; Scuba Equipment, 
940 Market St Williamsport PA 17701 

Sunken Treasure Dive Shop, RD 4 
Box 396 Box 523-C Jersey Shore PA 
17740 

Sea-World Divers, 1113 Union Bl 
Allentown PA 18103 


Biosciences Information Servi 
Literature Resources Dept, 2100 
Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19103- 
1399 

Advertising-Communications 
Times - Editor. 121 Chestnut Street 
Philidelphia PA 19106 

Exotic Seashells & Crafts 
Marguerite L Mitchell, 5950 N 
Lawrence St Philadelphia PA 19120 

Diving Bell; The; Inc, 681 N Broad 
St Philadelphia PA 19123 

Perihelion Scientific, Box 1009 
Paoli PA 19301 

Dudas’ Diving Duds, 101 Bartram’s 
Ln West Chester PA 19382 

Americanist, The, 1525 Shenkel Rd 
Potlstown PA 19464 

Amazon • Arctic Safari Club, 
Elverson PA 19520 

Forgotten Fin Dive Shop, 3105 
Perkiomen Ave Reading PA 19606 

DELAWARE 

First State Sports Inc, 2150 New 
Castle Ave New Castle DE 19720 

Oak Knoll Books, 214 Delaware St 
New Castle DE 19720 

Miller’s Fossils, 1219 Glenside Ave 
Wilmington DE 19803 

Books Incorporated. 3826 Kennett 
Pike Greenville DE 19807 

Leisure Business - Editor. Post 
Office Box 1992 Wilmington DE 
19899 

Country Comforts, PO Box 101 
Dagsboro DE 19939 

Childers; Jack B Ruth’s Sea 
Shells, Beach Hwy Fenwick Id DE 
19944 

Mezick’s Shell Garden Route 1, 
Box 3 Ocean View DE 19970 

MIzzen Mast. 2 N 1st St Rehoboth 
Beach DE 19971 

Sea Shell Shop %Tom & Patty 
Derrick. 10 Fourth St Rehoboth 
Beach DE 19971 


American Watersports, 6217 
Livingston Rd Oxon Hill MD 20745 

Pearls, 4512 Avamere Bethesda MD 
20814 

American Sport Divers, 1059 
Rockville Pike Rockville MD 20852 

Frohnsdorff; Doris, PO Box 2306 
Gaithersburg MD 20879 

Nautilus; The Dr M G Harasevvych, 

PO Box 3430 Silver Spring MD 
20901-0340 I 

Gach; John - Books. 5620 Waterloo ■ 
Rd Columbia MD 21045 

East Coast Divers, 311 St John St 
Havre de Grace MD 21078 

Last, Inc Joseph Colley, 43 
Millstone Rd Randallstown MD 
21133 

Waverly Press, Inc Patricia T | 
Chalfant, PO Box 1496 Baltimore 
MD 21203-9990 

Parks Diving Supply, 0027 Liberty ] 
Rd Baltimore MD 21207 j 

Braiterman; Marilyn. 20 Whitfield j 
rd Baltimore MD 21210 j 

Matick's Fossils; Inc Donald j 
Malick, 5514 Plymouth Rd ‘ 
Baltimore MD 21214 ' 

Kelmscott Bookshop; The Donald 
Johanson, 325 W 25th St Baltimore 
MD 21218 

Rush; Cecil Archer Scientific 
Books. 1410 Northgate Rd , 
Baltimore MD 21218 
Divers Den; Inc, 8105 Harford Rd 
Baltimore MD 21234 

Tidewater Aquatics, PO Box 3361 
Annapolis MD 21403-0361 

Cornell Maritime Press 
Promotions Dept, PO BOX 456 
CENTREVILLE MD 21617 ^ 

DEVA, Box NH1 Burkittsville MD ( 
21718 

Dan; Donald. 2629 Lou Anne Ct 
West Friendship MD 21794-9521 ! 

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SOUTH CAROLINA 

Hampton Books Ben Hamilton, Rt 
1 Box 202 Newberry SC 29108 

DuPriest; Margaret, 1230 
Pendlelon St #6F Columbia SC 
29202 

Watertree Dive Center; Inc, 3202 
Fernandina Rd Columbia SC 29210 

Scuba Shop; The • Spartanburg, 
1274-A Asheville Highway 
Spartanburg SC 29303 

Miller; Sally, PO Box 1087 
Charleston SC 29401 

Wet Shop; The; Inc, 5121 Rivers 
Ave Charleston SC 29418 

Buddy Line Divers, 1035 Hwy 17 
Bypass Mt Pleasant SC 29464 

Carolina Gifts & Sea Shells 
Mildred B Simmons, 1405 Ben 
Sawyer Blvd Mt Pleasant SC 29464 

Myrtle Beach Scuba Charters 
Myrtle Beach Scuba Center, 2718 
Hwy 501 at Waterside Dr Myrtle 
Beach SC 29577 

South Carolina Scuba Center. 
1504 Hwy 501; Ste #8 Myrtle Beach 
SC 29577 

Aquatic Adventure Suite 17B 
Commons Sq, 807 Hwy, 123 By 
Pass Seneca SC 29678 

Lady's Island Scuba, Star Rt 5; Box 
10 Beaufort SC 29902 

Conch Cabana Fred Mix, 85 Port 
Tack Hilton Head SC 29928 

Palmetto Scuba, 205 Triangle 
Square Hilton Head SC 29928 

GEORGIA 

Ocean Oddities 3440 Sherrod Dr, 
Rt #8 Marietta GA 30060 

Divers Locker John, 1475 Terrell 
Mill Rd Marietta GA 30067 

Memorable Books, 5380 Manor Dr 
Stone Mountain GA 30083 

Diver's Salvage & Service Inc 1328 
Martha Berry Hwy, Rome GA 30161 

Ocean Quest Divers Academy, 
7488 Tara Bl Jonesboro GA 30236 

Sea Lab Diving Adventures, 2935 
Hutchins Rd Lawrenceville GA 30245 

Shells Atlanta, 38 Irby Ave NW 
Atlanta GA 30305 

Woolfs Den Books, 2839 Peachtree 
Rd NE Atlanta GA 30305 

Ad Week Southwest - Editor. 75 
Third St. NW Atlanta GA 30308 

Sea Castles. 1791-C Harper St 
Atlanta GA 30318 

Abrams, Harvey Dan Bookseller, 
PO Box 13763 Atlanta GA 30324 

Dive Sales; Inc, 1925 Piedmont 
Circle Atlanta GA 30324 

Sea Atlanta-Joan Grace Lenox 
square, 3393 Peachtree Rd NE 
Atlanta GA 30326 

Diver’s Locker, 6649 C Roswell Rd 
Atlanta GA 30328 

Sandy Springs Divers-5 Star, 6445 
Roswell Rd NE Atlanta GA 30328 

Diving World USA. 2945 Buford 
Hwy NE Atlanta GA 30329 

Silver Burdett Biology, 1925 
Century Bl NE Atlanta GA 30345 

Dive South, 1607 Chandler Rd 
Statesboro GA 30458 
Metis; Daniel, PO Box 7453 Macon 
GA 31209 

Divers Supply. 5208 Mercer Univ. 
Dr Macon GA 31210 
Outside In, PO Box 13385 
Savannah GA 31416 


Sandpiper Gift Shop, 3126 South 
Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach Shor FL 
32016 

Daytona Shells and Curios. 2715 
North Atlantic Avenue Daytona 
Beach FL 32018 

Florida Shells and Curios, 2044 
South Atlantic Avenue Datyona 
Beach FL 32018 

Towel City by the Sea, 2570 South 
Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach FL 
32018 

Shell Town PO Box 1226, Flagler 
Beach FL 32036 

Carwin Scuba; Inc. 2780-1/2 E 
Duval St Lake City FL 32055 

Spring Systems Dive Center, Rt 5 
Box 169 X Live Oak FL 32060 

Palatka Scuba International, 923 
St John’s Ave Palatka FL 32078 

Booksmith; The 8 Cathedral Place, 
St Augustine FL 32084 

Marineland of Florida Highway A-l- 
A South, St Augustine FL 32084 

Sea Breeze Gift Shop Rt 1, Box 
137-A St Augustine FL 32084 

Sea Grit Ted Yocius. 321 Ribault St 
St Augustine FL 32084 

Seashell Museum Gerald B 
Combs, Rt 1 ; Box 159 St Augustine 
FL 32084 

Glenn; Gary Blue Cross of Florida, 
532 Riverside Jacksonville FL 32202 

Teska Shell Cases 1228 Lake 
Forest Blvd, Jacksonville FL 32208 

Kirks Rock & Shell Shop 2037 
University Blvd N. Jacksonville FL 
32211 

Potpourri 8131 Pine Lake Road, 
Jacksonville FL 32216 

Sea 'N* Earth Treasures Frank & 
Ruth Abramson, 7146 Allama Road 
Jacksonville FL 32216 

Mandarin Dive Center, 9735 St 
Augustine Rd Jacksonville FL 32217 

McQuerry Orchid Books, 5700 W 
Salerno Rd Jacksonville FL 32244 

Naiad Press, PO Box 10543 
Tallahcissee FL 32302 

Shell Enterprises PO Box 469, 
Ecistpoint FL 32328 

Gulf Specimen Company Jack J 
Rudloe, PO Box 237 Panacea FL 
32346 

Diver's Den/Pneumatic Systems 
Inc, 4720 E Business Hwy 98 
Panama City FL 32404 

Hydrospace Dive Shop, 3605-A 
Thomas Dr Panama City Beach FL 
32407 

Panama City Dive Center, 4823 
Thomas Dr Panama City FL 32407 

Shell Shack PO Box 144, Mexico 
Beach Station Mexico Beach FL 
32410 

Galvez Books. 208 S Florida Blanca 
Pensacola FL 32501 

Fantasea Scuba Headquarters, PO 
Box 5498 Destin FL 32541 

Book Nook Fort Walton Square, Fort 
Walton Beach FL 32548 

Shells N' Things Edward T 
Schelling, 142 Miracle Strip Pkwy Ft 
Walton Beach FL 32548 

Davis; A W - Seashells US Highway 
98, Gulf Breeze FL 32561 

Shelling with Schelling Edward T 
Schelling, PO Box 68 Shalimar FL 
32579 

Water World Dive Center, 1518 NW 
13th St Gainesville FL 32601 


Natural Shells. 214 S Boardwalk 
Ocean City MD 21842 

VIRGINIA 

Sea Ventures; Inc. 9444 Main St 
Fairfax VA 22031 

Lou-Bon Gems & Rocks, 6341 D 
Columbia Pike Bailey's Crossroads 
VA 22041 

Dive Shop; The • Falls Church, 
2841 Rogers Dr Falls Church VA 
22042 

American Water Sports of VA, 
6775 Wilson Bl Falls Church VA 
22044 

Associates, The R William 

Selander, PO Box 4214 Falls 
Church VA 22044 

Petals From the Sea, 6346 
Crosswoods Drive Falls Church VA 
22044 

Bird; Christopher, 8900 Gallant 
Green Dr McLean VA 22102-1515 

Shell Cabinet; The Morgan 

Breeden, 12991 Bristow Rd 
Nokesville VA 22123 

Wet Ones; the; Inc, 163 Glyndon St 
Vienna VA 22180 

Mique's Molluscs, 1324 

Westmoreland Dr Warrenton VA 
22186 

Shells'n Things, 2329 N Edgewood 
St Arlington VA 22201 

American Geological Institute The 
Library, 4220 King St. Alexandria VA 
22302 

Ski & Dive Shop, 1543 N Quaker Ln 
Alexandria VA 22302 

Blue Ribge Dive & Craft Shop, 
1726 Allied St Charlottesville VA 
22901 

Dad’s Dive Den, 3008 Hydraulic Rd 
Charlottesville VA 22901 

Daedalus Bookshop. 121 4th St NE 
Charlottesville VA 22901 

Dawson; Bob Books, 109 
Inglewood Ct Charlottesville VA 
22901-2619 

Gilliam; Franklin Rare Books, 112 
Fourth St Charlottesville VA 22901 

Heartwood Books Paul M 
Collinge, 9 Elliewood Ave 
Charlottesville VA 22903 

Coastal Education & Research 
Foundation (CERF), PO Box 8068 
Charlottesville VA 22906 

Journal of Coastal Research A 
CERF Publication, PO Box 8068 
Charlottesville VA 22906 

Bookpress; Ltd Box KP, 420 Prince 
George St Williamsburg VA 23185 

Bland Minerals, 5904 North 
Crestwood Avenue Richmond VA 
23230 

Dive Shop; The - Richmond, 1707 
Commonwealth Ave Richmond VA 
23230 

Shells of the Sea, 2621 Brookwood 
Road Richmond VA 23235 

Display Case Co; The, Box 880 
Exmore VA 23350 

BRJ Booksellers Juliet Wild, 3500 
Atlantic Avenue Virginia Beach VA 
23451 

Shepherd; Tom, 2222 Beech St 
Virginia Beach VA 23451 

Lynhaven Dive Center, 1413 Great 
Neck Rd Virginia Beach VA 23454 

Stonehouse Books. Box 1179 
Norfolk VA 23501 

Aqua-Lung Diving Center Inc, 805 
W Little Creek Rd Norfolk VA 23505 

Diving Enterprises, 4040 Franklin 
Rd Roanoke VA 24014 

Divers Corner, 1530 First St 
Radford VA 24141 

Bookworm & Silverfish, PO Box 
639 Wylheville VA 24382 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Compass Bookshop RR 2, Box 89 
Berkeley Springs WV 25411 


Huntington Sport & Commercial 
Diving Center, 4901 US Rt 60 East 
Huntington WV 25705 

Scuba W. VA; Inc, Rt 9 Box 215 
Parkersburg 26100 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Carolina Biological Supply Co, 
2700 York Rd Burlington NC 27215 

Geoscience Resources, PO Box 
2096 Burlington NC 27215-2096 

{Piedmont Divers, 132 E Davis St 
Burlington NC 27215 

Aquatics Unlimited, 212 Adams St 
Eden NC 27288 

Cheesborough; John Avocet 
Books, 827 S Horner Bl Sanford NC 
27330 

Blue Dolphin Dive Center; Inc, 
1006 National Highway Thomasville 
NC 27360 

Scuba Shack; Inc, 1835 Spring 
Garden St Greensboro NC 27407 

Reef & Ridge Sports Undersea 
Specialists, 532 E Chatham St Cary 
NC 27511 

Bennard; Bruce, 67 Dogwood Acres 
Dr Chapel Hill NC 27514 

Book House; The, PO BOX 1284 
CHAPEL HILL NC 27514 

Univ North Carolina Press 
Promotions Dept, PO Box 2288 
Chapel Hill NC 27514 

Water World Marine Services; Inc, 
135 S Miami Bl Durham NC 27703 

Pirates Chest Gift Shop, PO Box 
187 - Highway 12 Frisco NC 27936 

Nag's Head Pro Dive Center Mile 
Post 10.5, 307 E Gallery Row Nag's 
Head NC 27949 

Atlantic Divers Inc, PO Box 1091 
Nagshead NC 27959 

Newman's; Inc Shell Shop, PO 
Box 249 Nags Head NC 27959 

Shipwreck Museum, PO Box 391 
Nags Head NC 27959 

East Woods Press Promotions 
Dept, 429 E BLVD CHARLOTTE NC 
28203 

Traders ot Nature’s Treasures, 312 
East Worthington Ave Charlotte NC 
28203 

Charlotte Dive Center. 1741 E 
Independence Bl Charlotte NC 
28205 

Sport Divers; Inc, 2600 South Bt 
Charlotte NC 28209 

Shields Shells, 125 Maxwell St 
Fayetteville SC 28301 

Aqua-Nut Dive Service; Inc, 3703-1 
Bragg Bl Fayetteville NC 28303 

Gifts of Land & Sea, 716 N Lake 
Park Blvd Carolina Beach NC 28428 

Shell Shop Thomas C Van 
Landingham, PO Box 542 
HAMPSTEAD NC 28443 

Shell Shop, 5902 Oak Island Dr 
Long Beach NC 28461 

Cockle Shell Millie Pensmith, Rt 1 
Box 544 Holden Beach NC 28462 

Discovery Diving Co Inc, 414 
Orange St Beaufort NC 28516 

Scuba Center, 1909 Lejeune Bl 
Jacksonville NC 28540 

Easy Step Charters EJW Sport 
Shop, 2204 Arendall St Morehead 
City NC 28557 

Olympus Sports Inc, Pier 8 
Morehead City NC 28557 

Saltshaker Diving Services Inc. PO 
Box 275 Morehead City NC 28557 

Sails & Shells Inc. PO Box 40 
Salter Path Rd Salter Path NC 28575 

Dive Shop; The, PO Box 877 
Claremont NC 28610 

Dive Shop, The, I-40 Claremont Exit 
Claremont NC 28610 

Mountain Divers Inc. 91 1 Narva Rd 
Hendersonville NC 28739 


Judy's Island Dive Shop. 1610-1/2 
Frederica Rd St Simons Island GA 
31522 

FLORIDA 

Periwinkle Gift Shop. 3300 South 
Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach Shor FL 
32016 


Caulker; Cave; Dive Tour, PO Box 
2381 Gainesville FL 32602 

MayaVentures, PO Box 2381 
Gainesville FL 32602 

Outdoor Specialties; Inc, PO Box 
5066 Gainesville FL 32602 

Aquatic Center, inc, 2126 SW 34th 
St Gainesville FL 32608 


Scuba and Boating Supplies, 415 
S Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa FL 32609 

Crystal Lodge Motel & Dive 
Center. PO Box 456 Crystal River FL 
32629 

Hatfield's Rock & Shell Shop Hwy 
19 & 2nd Ave NE, Crystal River FL 
32629 

Manatee Headquarters, PO Box 
124 Crystal River FL 32629 

Palmetto Scuba, PO Box 2532 
Crystal River FL 32629 

Plantation Inn Marina, PO Box 
1093 Crystal River FL 32629 

Sand Dollar Divers Holiday Inn, 
US Highway 19 Crystal River FL 
32629 

Talley's Pro Dive, 744 US 19 Box 
124 Crystal River FL 32629 

Ginnie Springs; Inc. Rt 1 Box 153 
High Springs FL 32643 

Ray's Fossils J F Ray. PO Box 1364 
Ocala FL 32678 

Sea Horse Crafts. 402 Barclay Ct 
Alamonte Springs FL 32701-6231 

D’Aiuto's Thorny Oyster Rt 2, Box 
65J W Hwy 44 Wildwood FL 32785 

Boat Tree; Inc, 2226 Paseo Ave 
Orlando FL 32805 

Seacomber Publications Chuck 
Fratt, PO Box 5683 Orlando FL 
32805 

Hollis'; Jim; Scuba Works, 5107 E 
Colonial Dr Orlando FL 32807 

Sea World Frank Murru, 7007 Sea 
World Drive Orlando FL 32809 

Sea Shell World 6464 International 
Dr. Sarasota FL 32819-8291 

Krieger PubI Co Promotions Dept, 
BOX 9542 MELBOURNE FL 32901 

Abbott; Dr R Tucker American 
Malacologists, PO Box 2255 
Melbourne FL 32902-2255 

Collector's Cabinet, 113 Fifth Aew 
Indialantic FL 32903 

International Service Co. 333 
Fourth Ave Indiatlantic FL 32903 

Coral Reef Products Ralph 
Palmer, PO Box 909 Cocoa FL 
32923-0909 

Twombly's Furniture 101 Manatee 
Lane, Cocoa Beach FL 32931 

Patsy’s Shell Shop. 2289 A-1-A 
Satellite Beach FL 32937 

Scuba Doo Divers. Fiesta Key KOA 
MM 70 Long Key FL 33001 

Aquatic Divers, 1327 South Federal 
Hwy Dania FL 33004 

Pancho’s Shellorama PO Box 598, 
Dania FL 33004 

Noveltex Miami Inc, 151 E 10th 
Hialeah FL 33010 

Southern Book Service PO BOX 
2404, HIALEAH FL 33012 

Tarpon Dive Center, 3200 Palm Ave 
Hialeah FL 33012 

Brae Aquatics; Ltd. 5920 Rodman 
St Hollywood FL 33023 

Divers Unlimited, 6023 Hollywood 
Bl Hollywood FL 33024 

Seven Seas Shells Shop H 
Alleman & Acc, PO Box 1121 
Homestead FL 33030-1121 

Buddy's Dive Shop, PO Box 409 
Islamorada FL 33036 

Conch and Friends, PO Box 1086 
Islamorada FL 33036 

Don-L’s Shell Shop McCune; 
Donna L, PO Box 831 Islamorada FL 
33036 

Golden Key Motel, Rt 1 Box 710 
Islamorada FL 33036 

Holiday Isle Dive Center. PO Box 
482 islamorada FL 33036 

Keys Shell Shop James Dewyer, 
PO Box 1183 Islamorada FL 33036 

Lady Cyana Divers. PO Box 1157 
Islamorada FL 33036 


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Marine Research Associates 
XTurtle Trust. PO Box 1682 
Islamorada FL 33036-1682 

American Diving Headquarters; 
Inc. PO Box 274-0 Key Largo FL 
33037 

Bay Harbor Lodge. Rt 1 Box 35 Key 
Largo FL 33037 

Captain Chambers Charters. PO 
Box 2258 Key Largo FL 33037 

Capt. Greg's Scuba-Do. PO Box 
2237 Key Largo FL 33037 

Capt. State's Atlantis Dive Center, 

51 Garden Cove Or Key Largo FL 
33037 

Capt. Corky's Divers’ World. PO 
Box 1663 Key Largo FL 33037 

Diver's World of Key Largo PO Box 
1663, Key Largo FL 33037 

Frank; Stephen; Photographic Inc, 
PO Box 2720 Key Largo FL 33037 

Klem; Steve; Underwater Guide 
Service. PO Box 1803 Key Largo FL 
33037 

Rock Reef Resort. PO Box 73 Key 
Largo FL 33037 

Sea Trail Motel, PO Box 91 Key 
Largo FL 33037 

Seafarer Resort Motel, PO Box 185 
Key Largo FL 33037 

Shell Man Inc, PO Box 1917 Key 
Largo FL 33037 

Shell Man; The; Inc, PO Box 1917 
Key Urgo FL 33037-1917 

Curry; Gregory A, Sr, 1201 19 
Terrace Key West FL 33040 

Gifts on the Half Shell Sarah 
Stout, #4 Land's End Village Key 
West FL 33040 

Oceanside Marina. 5950 Malone 
Ave; Stock Is Key West FL 33040 

Ridgeway; Roy Roy Shells & 
Curios. #61 Barcelona Dr Big 
Coppitt Key FL 33040 

Sea Wall Shop 530 White St, Key 
West FL 33040 

Tropical Shells & Gifts Gregory A 
Curry, Sr, PO Box 1237 Key West 
FL 33040 

Boat; The; a division of Triangle 
Watersports; Inc, Rt 2 Box 617 
Summerland FL 33042 

Caribe Shell Company, PO Box 
512 Sugarloaf Key FL 33042 

Reef Light; The, PO Box 127 Big 
Pine Key FL 33043 

Sea Center Dive Shop, PO Box 515 
Big Pine Key FL 33043 

Sea Dwellers Sports Center, 99850 
Overseas Hwy Key Largo FL 33043 

Caro* J. PO Box 2842 Key West FL 
33045 

Aquatic Floating Sea Cove Motet, 
12685 Overseas Hwy Marathon FL 
33050 

Coral Lagoon Resort at the Diving 
Site, 12399 Overseas Hwy Marathon 
FL 33050 

Hall’s Diving Center & Resort, 
1688 Overseas Hwy Marathon FL 
33050 

Hawk’s Cay Resort & Marina. MM 
61 Marathon FL 33050 

House of Shells Christal R E 
Westbrook, PO Box 563 Marathon 
FL 33050-0563 

Ocean Equipment, 9599A Overseas 
Hwy Marathon FL 33050 

Sea Horse Motel, 7196 Overseas 
Hv/y Marathon FL 33051 

Diver's Cove. 3159 E Atlantic Bl 
Pompano Beach FL 33062 

Magnotte; Gary Burry's Shell 
Museum, 2501 NE 8 Ct Pompano 
Beach FL 33062-4408 

Pleasure Divers; Inc, 9699 W 
Sample Rd Coral Springs FL 33065 

Florida Keys Dive & Ski; Inc. PO 
Box 391 Tavernier FL 33070 


Kole Industries. PO Box 020152 
Miami FL 33102 

Rodriguez; Edward & Company. 
7131 NW 26th Ave Miami FL 33122 

New England Divers; Inc. 6043 NW 
167 St Miami FL 33137 

Windward Publi^ing Inc PO BOX 
371005, MIAMI FL 33137 

Ameritravei Diving Packages. 5900 
SW 73St #204 S Miami FL 33143 

Estalo Wholesale: Inc 4712 SW 
72nd Ave, South Miami FL 33143 

Jones; Archie L, 8025 SW 62nd Cl 
Miami FL 33143 

Anthony’s Key Resort-Roatan 
Posada del Sol-Guanaja, 1385 Coral 
Way Ste 302 Miami FL 33145 

Al Mark Coral and Shells Jeff 
Paolino, 76 NW 72nd St Miami FL 
33150 

Caribbean Island Divers, 8347 Bird 
Rd Miami FL 33155 

Austin’s Diving Center; Inc, 10503 
S Dixie Highway Miami FL 33156 

New England Divers; Inc, 9820 S 
Dixie Hwy Kendall FL 33156 

Seahawk Products 6840 SW 92ND 
ST. MIAMI FL 33156 

Books Australia; INC 15601 SW 
83RD AVE. MIAMI FL 33157 

F and F Sales 13435 NE 17th 
Avenue, Miami FL 33161 

Nautical Novelties PO Box 650571, 
Miami FL 33165 

Dolfan Sales & Imports 14626 NW 
7th Avenue, Miami FL 33168 

Hill; Leonard C; 111. 6713 SW 113lh 
PI Miami FL 33173 

Divers Paradise, 138 54 SW 56th St 
Miami FL 33175 

Dees Doins, 18978 NE 4th Court 
Miami FL 33179 

Le Mer Creations 1961 NE 186th 
Drive, North Miami Beach FL 33179 

Pisces Divers, Inc, 14328 Biscayne 
Bl N Miami Beach FL 33181 

Diver's Den, 12614 N Kendall Dr 
Miami FL 33186 

Get Wet International, 13861 SW 
142 Ave Miami FL 33186 

Cutler Ridge Diving Center, 20850 
S Dixie Hwy Miami FL 33189 

A-to-Z Book Service Lucile 
Coleman, PO Box 610813 N Miami 
FL 33261 

Laroche; John Sirius Enterprises, 
Box 694487 Miami FL 33269 

Contemporary House 1517 E Las 
Oias Blvd, Ft Lauderdale FL 33301 

Shells of the Seas; Inc Kirk 
Anders Travel. PO Box 1418 Ft 
Uuderdale FL 33302 

Miami Dive ’86. 403 NE 8th St Ft 
Lauderdale FL 33304 

Undersea Sports, 1525 N Federal 
Hwy Ft Lauderdale FL 33304 

Christoph’s Variety Shop 3432 
North Ocean Blvd, Ft Lauderdale FL 
33308 

AIST Diving Schools, Inc, 3932 W 
Davie Bl Ft Lauderdale FL 33312 

Walkers Cay Dive Shop, 700 SW 
34th St Ft Lauderdale FL 33315 

Divers Unlimited - Fort 
Lauderdale. 440 Seabreeze Bl Ft 
Lauderdale FL 33316 

Lauderdale Diver, 1334 SE 17th St 
Ft Lauderdale FL 33316 

Professional Diving School 
Charters of Florida. Bahai Mar 
Yachting Center Ft Lauderdale FL 
33316 

Atlantic Coral Enterprise Inc. 2280 
SW 66 Terrace Davie FL 33317 

From Under; Inc 824 Broward Mall, 
Plantation FL 33317 

Root; John. PO Box 182 West Palm 
Beach FL 33402 


Sea Shell City 2100 Broadway, 
Riviera Beach FL 33404 

Seapro Scuba Center, 3619 
Broadway Rivetra Beach FL 33404 

Gulf Stream Diver Scuba Charters, 
2315 Caroma Ln West Palm Beach 
FL 33406 

Norine Rouse Scuba Club, 1708 N 
Dixie Hwy West Palm Beach FL 
33407 

Norine Rouse Scuba Club of the 
Palm Beaches, 4708 N Dixie Hwy 
West Palm Beach FL 33407 

Aqua Shop, 505 Northlake Bl N 
Palm Beach FL 33408 

Gallery of Gems PO Box 7186, 
Boca Raton FL 33432 

Golden Shell Gift Shop, 153 E 
Palmetto Park Rd, Stel9 Boca Raton 
FL 33432 

Kroll Company 2136 SW 8th 
Avenue, Boca Raton FL 33432 

Sculptures from the Sea 99 NW 
11th Street, Boca Raton FL 33432 

Honker; Thomas Specimen 
Shells, PO Box 1011 Delray Beach 
FL 33444 

Smart Gift Shops #2 312 S Atlantic 
Ave, Daytona Beach FL 33444 

Smart Gift Shops #3 1508 S 
Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach FL 
33444 

Souvenir City 619 Seabreeze Bl. 
Daytona Beach FL 33444 

Dixie Divers of Ft Pierce, 1717 S 
US 1 Ft Pierce FL 33450 

Scuba Shack; The; Inc, 2485 NE 
Dixie Hwy Jensen Beach FL 33457 

American Divers International. 409 
Lake Ave Lake Worth FL 33460 

M/V Sea Aggressor, PO Box 1778 
Jupitor FL 33468 

Dixie Divers of Stuart, 1843 SE 
Federal Hwy Stuart FL 33494 

Rader’s Reef, 5508 Marina Drive 
Holmes Beach FL 33505 

Florida Supply House, PO Box 847 
Brandenton FL 33506 

Florida Shell Factory Co 5129 53rd 
Avenue East, Bradenton FL 33508 

Woods & Water Outdoor Sports 
Center, 1339 W Brandon Bl 
Brandon FL 33511 

Clearwater Marine Science Cen 
and Sea Aquarium, 249 Windward 
Passage Clearwater FL 33515 

Green Lion’s Paw Edgar C 
Haviland, 312 N Osceola Ave 
Clearwater FL 33515 

Shellcrafts by Arlene PO Box 3245. 
Clearwater Beach FL 33515 

Land O'Lakes Scuba Center Inc, 
171 US Highway 41 #3 Land 

O'Lakes FL 33539 

Sunshine Scuba, 1901 W Bay Or 
Largo FL 33540 

Shell Garden, 4725 Gulf Mexico Dr 
#106 Longboat Key FL 33548 

Akins • 5. 1919 Gulf City Rd Ruskin 
FL 33570 

Mac’s Sports. 2126 Drew St 
Clearwater FL 33575 

Cundiffs of Longboat Key; In 201 1 
Whitfield Park Drive, Sarasota FL 
33578 

Galvin; Robert Lee Si Co Box 
15695, Sarasota FL 33579 

Nature Photographies Pete 
Carmichael, PO Box 5004 Sarasota 
FL 33579 

Seafari Shops 3701 Bayshore 
Road, Sarasota FL 33580 

Shark Creations; Inc 2850 49th 
Street, Sarasota FL 33580 

Pegram; Christine - Books. 1901 
Upper Cove Terrace Sarasota FL 
33581 


Shell Connection; The Bonnie 
Chrlstofel, PO Box 36043 Sarasota 
FL 33583 

Land and Sea Creations Helen 
Oliva. 542 N Pinellas Tarpon 
Springs FL 33589 

South Sea Island Store PO Box 
633, Tarpon Springs FL 33589 

Florida Down Under, Inc. 773 
Venice By-Pass S Venice FL 33595 

Sheila Arts, 1507 Strada Doro 
Venice FL 33595-7538 

Marine Fauna & Flora Co Andrew 
Harrow. 3515 E Third Ave Tampa FL 
33605 

Terrace Watersports, 9228 N 56th 
St Temple Terrace FL 33617 

International Skin Divers 
Association • M. Sommers. PO 
Box 130007 Tampa FL 33681 

Green Turtle Shell Shop 6800 Gulf 
Boulevard, St Petersburg Beach FL 
33706 

Kenco 9897 Gulf Boulevard, 
Treasure Island FL 33706 

Shell City Gifts 400 75th Avenue, St 
Petersburg FL 33706 

Shellco; Inc 151 E 10th Avenue. 
Hialeah FL 33706 

Shell Store; The Robert & Betty 
Lipe, 440-75th Ave St Petersburg 
Beac FL 33706 

Davis; M S and Sons 5060 21st 
Avenue North, St Petersburgh FL 
33710 

C & L Rocks & Gems 5031 41st St 
South, St Petersburg FL 33711 

Kaicher; Sally Diana 1826A 54th PI 
S, St Petersburg FL 33712 

Allyn; Charles F Great Outdoors 
PubI Co. 4747 28th St N St 
Petersburg FL 33714 

Tropical Tradewinds, PO Box 
10135 St Petersburg FL 33733 

Dodson’s Shells & Gifts 9897 Gulf 
Boulevard, Treasure Island FL 33740 

Pirates Cove Shell House 10855 
Gulf Boulevard, Treasure Island FL 
33740 

Lakeland Diving Center, 715 Alicia 
Lakeland FL 33801 

Southeastern Mineral Company 
Graves; Howard 8; Jr, 826 S 
Ingraham Ave Lakeland FL 33801 

Green Turtle Dive Shop, 4401 
Harden Bl Lakeland FL 33803 

Deep Six Divers South, 1115 
Highway 27N Sebring FL 33870 

Midstate S.C.U.BJ\. Center. 2825 
US 27 North Sebring FL 33870 

Deep Six Divers Service, 2300 Ave 
G N.W. Winter Haven FL 33880 

Africana Gifts & Shells, PO Box 
1830 Fort Myers FL 33902 

Shell Factory N Tamiami Trail & US 
41 , PO Box B-B Fort Myers FL 33902 

Natures Wonderland Mrs Beverly 
J Davis, 2717 N Tamiami Trail N Ft 
Myers FL 33903 

See Shells Hal Wilmot, 1037 N 
Tamiami Trail N Ft Myers FL 33903 

Hanley’s; Jackie & Ed Specimen 
Shells, 396 Ottumwa Ave Ft Myers 
FL 33905 

Malone; Elsie A, 1041 N Town & 
River Or Ft Myers FL 33907-5915 

Mr Jensen Furniture, 11866 Metro 
Pky Ft Myers FL 33912-1307 

Natural Earth Designs, Inc 
Virginia L Hite, PO Box 944 Bonita 
Springs FL 33923 

Everything Shells, PO Box 7 
Captiva Island FL 33924 

McCauyl's PO Box 15. Captiva 
Island FL 33924 

Tree House Gift Shop PO Box 15, 
Captiva Island FL 33924 


Bianchi; Mrs Ann Bianchi’s Pink 
House Eff, PO Box 235 310 Pear 
Tree Ave Goodland FL 33933 ! 

Tur-Lu Shellers. Goodland FL I 

33933 1 

Artisan; The. 711 Bald Eagle Dr 
Marco FL 33937 j 

Blue Mussel 478 5th Avenue South, | 

Naples FL 33940 1 

Custom Shell Cabinets by Gene | 

1276 Venetian Way, Naples FL 
33940 

Song & Story Shop 659 Fifth Ave 
South. Naples FL 33940 

High Adventure. Box 2855 Port 
Charlotte FL 33952 

Clifford Shell Cabinets PO BOX 54, 
2422 Periwinkle Way Sanibel Island 
FL 33957 

Macintosh Book Shop Dr Philip L 
Armitage, 1021 Periwinkle Way 
Sanibel Island FL 33957 

Mugridge; Edith Harriet Glory of 
the Sea. 2431 Periwinkle Way 
Sanibel Island FL 33957 

Ocean’s Reach Sylvia A Bennls, 
2230 Camino del Mar Dr Sanibel FL 
33957 

She Sells Sea Shells Anne Joffe, 
1157 Periwinkle Way Sanibel FL 
33957 

Shell Net; The Jerry & Suzy 
Johnson. PO Box 92 Sanibel Island 
FL 33957 

Shellworld Sanibel James & 
Swarin Boon, 2330 Palm Ridge 
Place Sanibel Island FL 33957 

Showcase Shells Albert & Beverly 
Deynzer, 1614 Periwinkle Way 
Sanibel FL 33957 

Tarpon Bay Shell Shop Red 
Pelican Cove, Sanibel Island FL 
33957 

Tuttle’s Sea Horse Shells 342 
Periwinkle Way, Sanibel Island FL 
33957 

Coco View Resort - Roatan, 1713 
Pasco Rd Wesley Chapel FL 34249 

ALABAMA 

Cullman Gift Shop, PO Box 758 
Cullman AL 35055 

Southern Living Floyd; John Alex, 

Jr, PO Box 523 Birmingham AL 
35201 

Dive Site; Inc; The, 167 G W Valley 
Ave Homewood AL 35209 

McWhorter Engineering Co 
Gadsden Rd, PO Box 9014, Plant 
1053 Birmingham AL 35213 

Bill Tants Southern Skin Divers 
Supply, 506 S 45lh St Birmingham 
AL 35222 

Tants Shipwreck Lounge, 3500 5th 
Ave S Birmingham AL 35222 

Reed Books Jim Reed, Box 55893 

Birmingham AL 35255 

Ski and Scuba Shack, 628 E 15th 

St Tuscaloosa AL 35401 

Tom’s Dive Shop, 206 Hardgrove 

Rd East Tuscaloosa AL 35401 

Southeastern Divers Inc, 325 S 
Court St Florence AL 35630 

Southeastern Divers Inc, 2504 
Memorial Parkway SW Huntsville AL 
35801 

Wayner; Gary Bookseller, Rt 3 Box 
18 Ft Payne AL 35967 
Divers Den, 1817 Hwy 231 S Dothan 
AL 36301-5660 

Sea Divers. 121 Walnut Dr 
Enterprise AL 36330 

Allenson-Breckinridge Books 
Robert D Allenson. PO Box 447 
Geneva AL 36340 

Lands End Museum & Shell Shop, 
PO Box 42 Dauphin Island AL 36528 

Pleasure Island Dive Center, East 
Beach Bl Gulf Shores AL 36542 


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Tropical Outfitters Water- sports; 
Inc, Rt 1 Box 581 Gulf Shores AL 
36542 

Gulf Coast Divers Supply. Hutson 
Dr; Michael Blvd Mobile AL 36609 

Adventure Sports, 212 N Gay St 
Auburn AL 36830 

TENNESSEE 

Nashville Scuba Center, 110 13th 
Ave No Nashville TN 37203 

Southern Library Bindery Co 2952 
Sidco Drive, Nashville TN 37204 

Bradley; Van Allen Books, 1208 
Davidson Rd Nashville TN 37205 

Aquatic Sports & Travel, 105 Ewing 
Dr Nashville TN 37207 

American Discount Divers Supply, 
3805 Nolensville Rd Nashville TN 
37211 

Diving Adventures, 3046 
Nolensville Rd Nashville TN 37211 

Olin Chemicals Group Technical 
Information Ctr, P O Box248 
Charleston TN 37310 

Book Shelf, 3765 Hillsdale Dr NE 
Cleveland TN 37312 

Choo-Choo Dive Shop; Inc, 3415 
Hixson Pike Chattanooga TN 37415 

Professional Scuba Center, 1310 
W Market Johnson City TN 37601 

Com Enterprises Oak Ridge Dive 
Shop, 1 16 Mitchell Rd Oak Ridge TN 
37830 

Adventure Swim & Scuba, 124 
Northshore Dr Knoxville TN 37919 

Ski-Scuba Center; Inc, 3511 
Sutherland Ave Knoxville TN 37919 

Publications Editor Dept 
Geological Sciences, University of 
Tennessee Knoxville TN 37996-1410 

Dive Shop Inc, 3151 Poplar 
Memphis TN 381 1 1 

Fred's Dive Shop, PO Box 652 
Cookeville TN 38501 

Grove Dive Shop Willow Grove 
Resort, Rt 1 Aliens TN 38541 

Shelloak Specimen Shells %John 
Bernard, Rt 8; Box 480 Crossville TN 
38555 

MISSISSIPPI 

Choctaw Books, 406 Manship St 
Jackson MS 39202 

Skipper’s Diving Inc, 4441 N State 
St Jackson MS 39206 

Ocean Trek Dive Shop, 1200 
Roebuck Dr (Hwy 45-S) Meridian MS 
39301 

South East Aqua Sports Inc, 823 
Hardy St Hattiesburg MS 39401 

Sea Secrets 1586 E Beach Hwy 90, 
PO Box 373 Pass Christian MS 
39571 

KENTUCKY 

Louisville Dive Shop 2478 
Bardstown Rd, Louisville KY 40205 

Littorina; The PO Box 7663, 
Louisville KY 40207 

Divers, Inc, 4807 Dixie Highway 
Louisville KY 40216 

Bluegrass Diving Supply, Inc, 619 
Washburn Ave Louisville KY 40222 

Lexington Dive Shop, 838 E High 
St Lexington KY 40502 

New Horizons, 2573 Regency Rd 
Lexington KY 40503 

Sunon; Raymond M; Jr Natural 
History Books, 430 Main St 
Williamsburg KY 40769 

Aquarius, 800 Elm St Ludlow KY 
41016 

Northern Kentucky Diving Center, 
225 Main St Florence KY 41042 

Van Nostrand Reinhold 7625 
EMPIRE DR, FLORENCE KY 41042 

Tri State Scuba Center, 410 Rear 
3fd St Pikeville KY 41501 


Honey for the Bears Gifts ^Aicaela 
Beckwith, S Hwy 27 - Box 541 
Burnside KY 42519 

OHIO 

Bookphll, PO Box 706 Hilliard OH 
43026 

Ervin’s Skin Diver Shops, 10751 W 
Parnell Ave Hales Corner Wl 43130 

Ask Water Sports, 80 West Long St 
Columbus OH 43215 

Waterline; The; Inc, 907 E Dublin 
Granville Rd Columbus OH 43229 

Hayman, Robert G Anltquarian 
Books, 575 West St Carey OH 43316 

Mid-Land; Scientific Serv, PO Box 
601 Stryker OH 43557 

Dive Shop; The; Inc, 410 Ryder Rd 
Toledo OH 43607 

ANTIQUARIAN BOOK HOUSE, 718 
HEIDELBERG RD TOLEDO OH 
43615 

Diver's Paradise, 2511 N Reynolds 
Rd Toledo OH 43615 

Marketing Update Ms Judith 
Fieore - Editor, 11001 Cedar 
Cleveland OH 44106 

Aqua Specialists; Inc, 16604 
Madison Ave Lakewood OH 44107 

Avicultura! Book Club 4704 Wetzel 
Ave, Cleveland OH 44109 

Divers’ Port O'Call; Inc, 5418 
Mayfield Rd Lyndhurst OH 44124 

Ferrini; Bruce P; Rare Books, 933 
W Exchange St Akron OH 44302 

Alpine Adventure Trails Tours, 
783P Cliffside Dr Akron OH 44313 

Scott; Brian; Scuba, 7524 Van Ness 
Ave Hubbard OH 44425 

Treasure Cove Scuba, 1037 
Youngtown Rd Niles OH 44446 

South Pacific Imports, 563 Fifth St 
Struthers OH 44471-1845 

Adamas Art & Hobby Shop 8270 
Raub Street, Youngstown OH 44512 

Dale's Diving Shop; Inc, 302 Meigs 
St Sandusky OH 44870 

Dive; Inc, 428 Park Ave West 
Mansfield OH 44901 

Acres of Books, Inc John 
Coleman, 633 Main St Cincinnati 
OH 45202 

Collectors Shop; The Cincinnati 
Museum, 1720 Gilbert Ave 
Cincinnati OH 45202 

U S Playing Card Co Harry Martin- 
Dir. Mkting, Beach & Park 
Cincinnati OH 45212 

Silver Burdett Biology, 3814 West 
St Cincinnati OH 45227 

Books in Print Del Fair Shopping 
Center. 5243 Delhi Rd Cincinnati 
OH 45238 

Scuba Unlimited, 8966 Blue Ash 
Rd Cincinnati OH 45242 

Worldwide Shells Moe 
Goudzwaard, 8898 Castleford 
Cincinnati OH 45242 

Shell Corner Markets 

International. 123 Merchant St 
Cincinnati OH 45246 

C & J Scuba Supply. 5825 N Dixie 
Dr Dayton OH 45414 

Miami Valley School of Diving. 
873 E Franklin Centen/ille OH 45459 

S & J Scuba. 950 Upper Valley Pike 
Springfield OH 45504 

Long Lake Scuba, 3160 Long Rd 
Lima OH 45807 

INDIANA 

Blue Springs Corp. PO Box 232 
Waldron IN 46182 
Divers Supply Co, 3315 N Illinois St 
Indianapolis IN 46207 

Midwest Scuba Center; Inc, 9508 
Ross Ln Indianapolis IN 46268 

Pro Dive, 3203 Covington Rd Ft 
Wayne IN 46268 


Tide-Ings, PO Box 462 Crown Point 
IN 46307 

Michigan City Scuba Center, 510 
E 2nd St Michigan City IN 46360 

Resetar; Alan, 253 Indiana Ave #4 
Valparaiso IN 46383 

Custer's Dive Shop. 19816 County 
Road 6 Bristol IN 46507 

Mermaid's Quest; The, 305 E 
McKinley, US 20 E Mishawaka IN 
46545 

Scuba Lake Michigan Charters 
Capt. Ernie Piotrowski, 234 N 
Albert St South Bend IN 46619 

J R Aquatic Center, 51333 US 31- 
33 N Southbend IN 46637 

Anchor Dive Shop, 1001 Leesburg 
Rd Ft Wayne IN 46808 

Underwater Adventures, Inc, 1509 
Goshen Rd Ft Wayne IN 46818 

Diving Den, 2229 00 NS Kokomo IN 
46902 

Mason’s Rare & Used Books, 264 
S Wabash St Wabash IN 46992 

Seaweed Diver, 1121 State St New 
Albany IN 47150 

Southern Indiana Scuba, 1106 S 
Walnut Bloomington IN 47401 

Steigerwald; Gary L Bookseller, 
PO Box 5236 Bloomington IN 
47402-5236 

Richard's Readers, RRl Box 260A 
Tennyson IN 47637 

Evansville Scuba Center Inc, 1319 
N First Ave Evansville IN 47710 

Aqua-Nut Divers Cindy Blanc, 
3509 Berne Ave Terre Haute IN 
47805 

Lafayette Divers Supply, 901 Main 
St Layfayette IN 47901 

Pro Scuba; Inc. 2 North Earl Ave 
Lafayette IN 47904 

MICHIGAN 

Water Window Works. PO Box 
12260 Birmingham Ml 48012 

Bookpeopte 6315 Orchard Lake 
Rd. West Bloomfield Ml 48033 

Creative Creations 7106 
Pebblecreek Road, West Bloomfield 
Ml 48033 

Diver's Den 604 S Lapeer Rd, Lake 
Orion Ml 48035 

Pontiac Scuba Center, 220 S 
Telegraph Pontiac Ml 48053 

Marion the Antiquarian Librarian, 
3668 S Shimmons Cir Auburn Hills 
Ml 48057 

US Scuba Center, 882 S Rochester 
Rd Rochester Ml 48063 

Recreational Diving Systems, 4424 
N Woodward Ave Royal Oak Ml 
48072 

Underwater Outfitters, 2579 Union 
Lake Rd Union Lake Ml 48085 

Divers Incorporated, 2280 
Washtenaw Ave Ann Arbor Ml 48104 

Natural Science Research Bernard 
Clay Cartmell, 2307 Manchester Rd 
Ann Arbor Ml 48104 

UMI Article Clearinghouse 
University Microfilms Int, 300 N 
Zeeb Rd. Box 91 Ann Arbor Ml 
48106 

Bookseller CA. Hough. Box 8183 
Ann Arbor Ml 48107 

Amaranth Books Joe Warnick, 
8178 Whilefield Dearborn Hts Ml 
48125-1148 

Tom & Jerry Sport Shop. 20318 
Van Born Dearborn Heights Ml 
48125 

Cellar Book Shop; The, 18090 
Wyoming Detroit Ml 48221 

GALE RESEARCH CO BOOK 
TOWER. DETROIT Ml 46226 

Avanti Lisa, Box 2656 Detroit Ml 
48231 


Cleveland Plain Dealer; The Mr 
Glenn Messer - Advert!, 1601 
Superior Cleveland OH 48231 


Detroit Ml 48231 

Forgotten Lore 429 Walnut, Box 
467 Rochester Ml 48308 

Beloundea; Betty Leonard Bros 
Rec Service, 1782 E Maple Road 
Troy Ml 48404 

Wooten's Books, G3311 Cheyenne 
Burton Ml 48529 

Scuba Shack; The, Inc, 9982 W 
Higgins Lake Dr Higgins Lake Ml 
48627 

Deep Six Scuba Schools, 834 N 
Pine Rd Essexville (Bay Ci Ml 48732 

Delph; Wm. J Books, PO Box 153 
Belding Ml 48809 

Clegg; Albert G. PO Box 306 Eaton 
Rapids Ml 48827 


Okemos Ml 48864 

Owosso Tire & Rock Shop. 1845 
Corunna Ave Owosso Ml 48867 

Kalamazoo Dive Headquarters, 
1622 Bloomfield Ave Kalamazoo Ml 
49001 

Sub-Aquatic Sports & Service, 
1483 W Michigan Battle Creek Ml 
49017 

Wolfs Divers Supply, 250 W Main 
Benton Harbor Ml 49022 

Bohling Book Co Curt & Lynette 
Bohltng, PO Box 215 Lawton Ml 
49065 

Pisces & Capricorn Books, 514 
Linden Ave Albion Ml 49224 

Scuba Plus, 126 N Broad St 
Hillsdale Ml 49242 

Book House; The 208 West 
Chicago St, Jonesville Ml 49250 

Grand Haven Dive Center, 216 N 
Third St Grand Haven Ml 49417 

J C Outfitters, 720 S Washington 
Leddington Ml 49431 

West Michigan Dive Center, 2367 
W Sherman Bl Muskegon Ml 49441 

Call Me Ishmael Books, Box 595 
Saugatuck Ml 49453 

Arnolds of Michigan B Elizabeth 
Griffin, 511 S Union St Traverse City 
Ml 49684 

Scuba North; Inc. 13258 W 
Bayshore Dr Traverse City Ml 49684 

Super Cycles & Dive Shop, 404 
Ashman St Sault Ste. Marie Ml 
49783 

Roatan Island-Beach House 
Rental - Marsha Andrews, Rt 1 Box 
320 Menominee Ml 49858 

IOWA 

Iowa State Skin Diving School Inc, 
7500 University, Ste C Des Moines lA 
50311 

W C B Wm C Brown; Publishers. 
2460 Kerper Bl Dubuque lA 52001 

Amaranth Books Joseph & 
Pamela Warnick, PO Box 527 Iowa 
City lA 52240 

Divers Pro Shop, Inc, 628 S 
Dubuque St Iowa City lA 52240 

Frymoyer's Waterworld. 414 
Garfield Ottumwa lA 52240 

Midwest Divers Supply, 602 N 
Chestnut Wapello lA 52653 

Rader Scuba. 2704 Glenn 
Bettendorf lA 52722 
Stone & Sea Specialties 2311 East 
Plesant St, Davenport lA 52803 

Peterson Book Co., Box 966 
Davenport lA 52805 

WISCONSIN 

Flambeau Specimen Shells, 3025 
Appiewood Court Brookfield Wl 
53005 

Neptune Dive Center, N. 3324 Irish 
Rd Chilton Wl 53014 


Underwater Connection; The, 
N87W165459 Appleton Ave 


53072 

Up & Under Scuba & Ski Shop, 
135 Capital Dr Pewaukee W! 53072 

Dive USA, 184 S Main St Thiensville 
53092 

Fontana Outdoor Sports, Hwy 67, 
Fontana on Geneva Lk Fontana Wl 
53125 

Bartz Displays; Inc 6931 W North 
Ave, Milwaukee Wl 53213 

Bennett Academy Ski & Scuba; 
Inc, 6509 W N Ave Milwaukee Wl 
53213 

Pirate Cove Diving; Inc. 1103 W 
Oklahoma Ave Milwaukee Wl 53215 

Kurz; Richard M; Inc, 1575 N 
118TH ST WAUWATOSA Wl 53226 

Publishing Co 1220 
MOUND AVE, RACINE Wl 53404 

Hemm/s Pet Shop Bruce P 
Hemmy, 1591 Huebbe Parkway 
Beloit W! 53511 

Winsted Shop, The, 140 S Winsted 
St Spring Green Wl 53588 

Johnson; Mindy Cuna Data, Box 
378 Madison Wl 53701 

3 Little Devils, Ftt 4 Highway 123 
Baraboo Wl 53913 

K&L Sea Gems, Inc. Mrs 
Hermenegildo Kadile, 1015 
Memorial Dr Manitowoc Wl 54220 

Aqua Center, 628 Bellevue St Green 
Bay Wl 54302 

Klein Scuba. 116 N 3rd Ave 
Wausau Wl 54401 

Divepoint Scuba Center, 404 A 
Post Rd Plover Wl 54467 

Central Wisconsin Diving 
Acadmey, 8751 Hwy 13 S Wisconsin 
Rapids Wl 54494 

Malacological Consultants Mrs 
Marian E Havlik, 1603 Mississippi 
St Lacrosse Wl 54601 

Blue Waters Divers, 1825 Brackett 
Ave Eau Claire Wl 54701 

Dan's Books, 111 S Appleton St 
Appleton Wl 54911 

Mountain Bay Ski & Dive; Inc, 
1607 N Richmond St Appleton Wl 
54911 

Schroeder's Liquor & Sport Shop, 
560 Mill St Green Lake Wl 54941 

Inland Seas Diving Academy, 310 
North Commercial St Neeah Wl 
54956 

MINNESOTA 

Midwest Diving Institute, 1685 
University Ave, Ste 38 St Paul MN 
55104 

Laurie; James & Mary 
Booksellers. 251 Snelling Ave St 
Paul MN 55105 

Club Scuba East. 2280 Maplewood 
Dr Maplewood MN 55109 

Northland Divers Inc, 3000 White 
Bear Ave Maplewood MN 55109 

Northwest Divers Inc, 1080 
Roselawn Ave Roseville MN 55113 

Potentials in Marketing Edito, 731 
Hennepin Avenue Minneapolis MN 
55403 

Scuba Outlet Store, 4741 Chicago 
Ave Minneapolis MN 55407 

Old Theology Book House, PO Box 
11337 Minneapolis MN 55411-0337 

Dinkytown Antiquarian Bookstore. 
1316 SE 4th St Minneapolis MN 
55414 

Smith Diving. 2835 Central Ave NE 
Minneapolis MN 55418 

Scuba Center. 5015 Penn Ave S 
Minneapolis MN 55419 


Menomoney Falls Wl 53051 
Detroit Free Press Ms Betsy Teton Aquatic Supplies, 365 N 
Hansel - Adverti, 321 Lafayette Glenwood, Box 3482 Jackson WY 


Brockwa/s. 2187 Heritage Ave Western 


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Tidepool Gallery; Baylem; Inc 
•^Bailey Greenberg, 3907 West 
501h St Mineapolis MN 55424 

Bay Island Dive Resorts Go 
Diving. 715 Florida Ave S 
Minneapolis MN 55426 

Superior Dive; The; Inc. 1905 
Qreysolon Rd Duluth MN 55612 

Minnesota Dive Center. 4164 18th 
Ave Northwest Rochester MN 55901 

Lea; Albert, Skin & Scuba Scuba 
Daddy's Dive Shops. 1913 
Keystone Ave Albert Lea MN 56007 

Central Minnesota Divers, 102 E St 
Germain St St Cloud MN 56301 

Underwater Sports Shop. 5-1/2 N 
Benton Or Sauk Rapids MN 56379 

Minnesota School of Diving, 423 
NW 7th St Brainerd MN 56401 

Unique Botique Star Route #1, Box 
11 L Crosslake MN 56442 

Mick’s Scuba, Inc, 402 Main Ave 
Moofriead MN 56560 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

Buteo Books Harrell; Joyce, PO 
Box 481 Vermillion SD 57069 

MONTANA 

Diving Flag; The. 1852 Old Hardin 
Rd Billings MT 59107 

Big Horn Divers, 126 E Main St 
Bozeman MT 59715 

Gallery of the Old West, Box 556 
Bigfork MT 59911 

ILLINOIS 

Frogg Pond Dive Shop, 2310 
Skokie Valley Rd Highland Park IL 
60035 

Cogitator Books, PO Box 405 
Ubertyville IL 60048 

White; Kenneth S, 2001 -B Oakwood 
Rd Northbrook IL 60062 

Berry Scuba Co. 1717 Rand Rd 
Palatine IL 60067 

Black Magic Dive Shop, 202 E 
Main St Round Lake IL 60073 

Complete Scientific Jerry 
Schloemer, PO Box 307 Round 
Lake IL 60073 

Ginger's Herbs & Shells Jeanette 
Teller, PO Box 307 Round Lake IL 
60073 

Jablin; Julian N Books, 9124 N 
Crawford Ave Skokie IL 60076 

Scuba Systems of Illinois Inc, 
3919 Oakton Skokie IL 60076 

Vering; Tony Sargent-Welch 
Scientific, 7300 N Linder Ave Skokie 
IL 60076 

Scholarly Book Center Inc 3816 
Hawthorn Ct, Waukegan IL 60085 

Perpignan Shells Levitt; Michael, 
501 Buckthorn Terr Buffalo Grove IL 
60089-1829 

Glover's Reef Atoll Resort. 1015 
Garden Rd Oe Kalb IL 60115 

Scuba Shop; The, 800 Roosevelt 
Rd Bldg D104 Glen Ellyn IL 60137 

KDK Reef, 2001 Anson Dr Melrose 
Park IL 60160 

UnderSeas Scuba Center, 626 N 
Addison Rd Villa Park IL 60181 

Midwest Diving Academy, Inc, 
1027 N Roselle Rd Hoffman Estates 
IL 60195 

Alkahest Bookshop. 1814 Central 
St Evanston IL 60201 

Barnes, Richard S & Co Sandra & 
Patricia Barnes. 821 Foster St 
Evanston IL 60201 

Protex Co Irving Amado. 601 
Dempster St Evanston IL 60201 

Kutska; Michael R & Kay The 
Vagabond. 559 Clinton Place River 
Forest IL 60305 

Moser; W Books. 17704 Dixie 
Highway #2A Homewood IL 60430- 
1231 

Locator; The. PO Box 97 Joliet IL 
60434-0097 


Stamps; Coins; Shells 2508 W 
Jefferson. Joliet IL 60435 

Goose's Scuba Shack, Inc, 2540 
Ridge Rd Lansing IL 60436 

Becks’. Box 34 Manhattan IL 60442 

Excalibur; Ltd, PO Box 515 Palos 
Park IL 60464-05 15 

Aquanauts Odyssey. 538 E I47th 
St-Sibley Blvd South Holland IL 
60473 

American Botanist. The. PO Box 
143 Brookfield IL 60513 

Great Lakes Divers, 541 S 
Lagrange Rd Lagrange IL 60525 

FagIn Books N Rm 1314, 185 N 
Wabash Ave Chicago IL 60601 

Nebenzahl, Kenneth, Inc Jocelyn 
Nebenzahl. 333 N Michigan Ave 
Chicago IL 60601 

Hamill & Barker Terence A 
Tanner, 400 N Michigan Ave Rm 
1210 Chicago IL 60611 

Chicago Scuba Shoppe, 1015 W 
Armitage Chicago IL 60614 

University; of Chicago Press 
11030 S LANGLEY. CHICAGO IL 
60628 

Gear Bag; The; Inc, 1605 N 
Newland Chicago IL 60635 

Dartnell Sales and Marketing 
Editor, 4660 Ravenswood Chicago 
IL 60640 

Mexi-Mayan, 2216 W I121h St 
Chicago IL 60643 

Beasley Books Elizabeth & Paul 
Gordon, 1533 W Oakdale Chicago 
IL 60657 

Joyce; Thomas J & Co, PO Box 
A3566 Chicago IL 60690 

Science Sphere Johnson 
Enterprises Inc. 220 N 4th St 
Rockford IL 61 107 

Venture forth. 2424 S Alpine 
Rockford IL 61108 

Loves Park Scuba, 7307 N Alpine 
Loves Park IL 61111 

About Books PO Box 8409, 3303 
35th Ave Moline IL 61265 

Nautilus Shells and Gifts, 280 S 
Lakeview Rd Dahinda IL 61428-9572 

Spoon River Press, The, PO Box 
3635 Peoria IL 61614 

Do Dive In, Inc, 9011 N University 
Peoria IL 61615 

Midwest Scuba Center, 700 S Neil 
Champaign IL 61820 

Munson Books, 3436 Willow Dr 
Mattoon IL 61938 

Windwalker Dive & Travel, 1423 W 
Main St Belleville IL 62220 

Green Hat Book Store, RR 1 Box 80 
Niota IL 62358 

Illinois Divecenter, 1929 W 
Spresser Taylorville IL 62568 

Scuba Sports, Inc, 1317 S Ninth St 
Springfield IL 62703 

MISSOURI 

Inner World Diving Center, 1377 
Manchester Rd Manchester MO 
63011 

Matthews Book Co 11559 Rock 
Island Ct, Maryland Heights MO 

63043 

Midwest Library Service 11443 St 
Charles Rock Rd, Bridgeton MO 

63044 

West End Diving Centers Inc, 
11215 nat. Bridge Rd Bridgeton MO 
63044 

World Wide Sea Shells George 
Karleskint; Jr. 2007 S Compton St 
Louis MO 63104 

Garnett; Anthony • Fine Books, 
Box 4918 St Louis MO 63108 

Lefthanded Whelk Jean M Hurd, 
#5 Maryland Plaza St Louis MO 
63108 


Seibel's Seven Seas %Otto E 
Seibel, 6752 Devonshire St Louis 
MO 63109 

Dunaway; R - Bookseller. 6138 
Delmar Bl St Louis MO 63112 

Rockhound Supplies 5219 Gravois, 
St Louis MO 63116 

Underwater Sports, 8340 Watson 
Rd St Louis MO 63119 

West End Diving Centers Inc, 
11004 Manchester Rd St Louis MO 
63122 

Inner World Diving Center, 9953 
Lewis & Clark Bl St Louis MO 63136 

Pirate’s Cove, Clarksville MO 63336 

West End Diving Center, 403 
Sonderen O'Fallon MO 63376 

Bonne Terre Mine Div. West End 
Diving, 651 E Oak Bonne Terre 
Mine MO 63628 

West End Diving’s Billion Gallon 
Lake Res., at Bonne Terre Mine 
Bonne Terre MO 63628 

Academy of Scuba Training Inc, 
437 Broadway Cape Girardeau MO 
63701 

Ozark Dive Co, 1502 N Main St 
Poplar Bluff MO 63901 

Glenn Books; Inc, 1227 Baltimore 
Kansas City MO 64105 

Sea Crown Crown Center, 2450 
Grand Ave Kansas City MO 64108 

Chandler's Flowers & Gifts 213 E 
Gregory, Kansas City MO 64114 

Dive Shop North; The. 8135 North 
Oak Kansas City MO 64118 

Skin-N-Scuba Dive Shop Inc, 
12009 E 43rd St Kansas City MO 
64133 

Doubler's Rocks & Shells, 524 
Delaware Neosho MO 64850 

Roubidoux Dive Shop, Rt 6 Box 
180 Waynesville MO 65583 

KANSAS 

Hood; J - Booksellers, 1401 
Massachusetts Lawrence KS 66044 

Dive Shop; The, Inc, 3606 W 95th 
Leawood KS 66206 

Divers Down, 103 So 4th Manhattan 
KS 66502 

Bradley; Jana Midwest Diving 
Council, 810 W Harris Frontenac KS 
66762 

Dave’s Scuba Shop, 124 E Carlton 
Pittsburg KS 66762 

Charing Cross Rd Doug H Dible, 
PO Box 2102 Hutchinson KS 67504- 
2102 

Sunflower Divers 11, 208 W B St 
Ellinwood KS 67526 

NEBRASKA 

Discover Wildlife Thomas 
Mangelsen, PO Box 14604 Omaha 
NE 68124 

Kearney Divers Supply, 3620 N 
2nd Ave Kearney NE 66847 

Big Mac Scuba & Sail, PO Box 236 
Keystone NE 69144 

LOUISIANA 

Aqua Tech Dive Center, 6101 
Westbank Expressway Marrero LA 
70001 

Harry's Dive Shop, Inc, 4709 Airline 
Hwy Metairie LA 70001 

Reef House Resort • Roatan; 
Honduras, PO Box 640399 Kenner 
LA 70064 

Collector's Book Shop; A Jeanne 
L Weiss, 3119 Magazine St New 
Orleans LA 70115 

Middle American Research Inst 
TULANE UNIVERSITY, NEW 
ORLEAND LA 70118 

Lakeview School of Diving Inc, 
6260 Vicksburg St New Orleans LA 
70124 

Sea Horse Diving Academy; Inc, 
5400 Crowder Bl; Unit E New 
Orleans LA 70127 


Le Coquille de Mer, PO Box 89 Cut 
Off LA 70345 

Slidell Dive Center, 2316 Front St 
Slidell LA 70458 

Scuba Shack; The, Inc, 612 W 
Pinhook Rd Lafayette LA 70505 

Undersea Specialities Inc Route 
13 Box 361, Lake Charles LA 70601 

Venture Sports, Inc, 1409 Ryan St 
Uke Charles LA 70601 

Bayou Scuba, 108-1/2 Cities 
Service Highwy Sulphur LA 70663 

Clark's, Taylor, Inc. Bookseller, 
2623 Government St Baton Rouge 
LA 70806 

Precious Treasures, 3084 College 
Drive; Ste F Baton Rouge LA 70808 

Water Habitat; The, 317 Frost St 
Leesvilie LA 71446 

ARKANSAS 

Rick’s Pro Dive’n Shop, Inc, 2323 
Poplar St N Little Rock AR 72114 

Red's Scuba Diving Inc, 3610 
Towson Ave #4 Ft Smith AR 72901 

OKLAHOMA 

Aquatics Center, 54 E 15th St 
Edmond OK 73034 

Hutto’s Diving, 111 W Main St 
Weatherford OK 73096 

Marcher; Melvin Natural History 
Books, 6204 N Vermont Oklahoma 
City OK 73112 

Chalet Sports, 2822 Country Club 
Dr W Oklahoma City OK 73116 

Oklahoma Diver, 1 10 S 4th St Sayre 
OK 73662 

Dean’s Diving Shop Inc, 4113 NE 
Wisconsin Bartlesville OK 74006 

World of Watersports, 1823 S Main 
Broken Arrow OK 74012 

Baker's Books, Box 1649 
Claremore OK 74018 

Caravan Books. PO Box 861 
Stillwater OK 74076 

Shell Game 2904 S 98th E Ave, 
Tulsa OK 74129 

Gene’s Aqua Pro Shop, Rt 1 Box 
255G Gore OK 74435 

TEXAS 

Argus Communications Special 
Sales, One DLM Park Allen TX 
75002 

Tucker's Dive Shop, 2025 E Main 
Grand Prairie TX 75050 

Scuba Shop; The, 2020 W 
Grauwyler Irving TX 75061 

Diver's Training Center; Inc, 1108 
Dobie Dr; Ste 103 Plano TX 75074 

Divers World Inc, 632 S Central 
Expressway Richardson TX 75080 

Aldredge Book Store Kevin 
Macdonnell, 2909-1A Maple Ave 
Dallas TX 75201 

Craft Studio, 6627 Snider Plaza 
Dallas TX 75205 

Scuba West, 5500 Grenville #901 
Dallas TX 75206 

Sports Adventures, 2152 W 
Northwest Hwy Dallas TX 75220 

Mary Ann’s, 10224 Midway Road 
Dallas TX 75229 

Scuba West Midway, 12801 Midway 
#401 Dallas TX 75234 

Rock Barrel!; The, 13516 Purple 
Sage Rd Dallas TX 75240 

Scuba West, 14902 Preston Rd 
#412 Dallas TX 75240 

Scuba Air Compressor Service 
Inc, 14055 Proton Rd Dallas TX 
75244 

Bio-Science Labs, 8204 Elmbrook 
Drive Dalleis TX 75247 

Silver Burdett Biology. 8301 
Ambassador Row Dallas TX 75247 

Barker, Conway Autograph Dealer, 
4126 Meadowdala Ln Dallas TX 
75320 


Dick’s Scuba Center, 201 Stadium | 
Drive Longview TX 75601 j 

Scuba Center; The Dick Wilgus, | 
201 E Hawkins Pkwy Longview TX 
75601 

Scuba Center; The, 1333 D S. 
Beckham St Tyler TX 75701 

Scuba West, 586 Lincoln Square II 
Arlington TX 76011 ■’ 

Arlington Scuba Center; Inc, 2414 J 
W Park Row Dr Arlington TX 76013 ' 

Benton’s, Rt 8; Box 644 Fort Worth 
TX 76108 

Fossils Unlimited Fred S Lumley, 
9925 Hwy 80 W Fort Worth TX 761 16 'I 

One Foot In the Sea, 3701 Stoney | 
Creek Rd Fort Worth TX 76116 I 

One Foot in the Sea Jon Gardner, 
4979 S Hulen Ft Worth TX 76132 

Sea Gems Chapel; Maurice L; Sr, 
2002 Margaret Dr Wichita Falls TX 
76306 f 

Professional Scuba; Inc, 2616 SW \ 
Parkway Wichita Falls TX 76308 

Von Vlon’s Boek Stoar, 1111 
Concord Ave Waco TX 76707 

Tradewind Diving, 5215 Sanger 
Waco TX 76710 

Walden Store # 0902 1284 Sunset 
Mail, San Angelo TX 76901 

Concho Divers, 2030 W Heirris San 
Angelo TX 76903 | 

Concepts Inc, 291 1 Quenby I 

Houston TX 77005 

Detering Book Gallery, 2311 

Bissonnet Houston TX 77005 

Bayou Bend Gardens, 1 Westcott I 
Houston TX 77007 , 

Texas Scuba; Inc, 5414 Katy i 

Freeway Houston TX 77007 

Sea Gull Shells & Gifts, 1618 

Mable Houston TX 77023 

Roberts; F H (Bud) Creative 

Design Int, Inc, 451 Post Oak Lane 
Houston TX 77024 

World Stamps %S W Stone, Box 
20041 Houston TX 77025 

Turrentine’s, 602 Westbury Square 
#B Houston TX 77035-2714 

Cheri’s Herb Botique, 9318 Bellair 
Blvd Houston TX 77036 

Concepts; Inc 1135 Galleria Mall, 
5015 Westheimer Houston TX 77056 

Underwater Ventures Scuba 
Center, 9301 Bissonnet Houston TX 
77074 

Aqua Ventures Scuba - Houston, 
1614 Gessner Houston TX 77080 

Kenlee'e Scuba Center. 5705 
Glenmont Houston TX 77081 

D and F Enterprises, PO Box 42586 
Houston TX 77242 

Seaspace, PO Box 3753 Houston 
TX 77253-3753 

Total Scuba Center, PO Box 1987 
Conroe TX 77301 

W W Diving Co. 1420 F M 1960 E 
Ste 102 Humble TX 77338 

Book Shop; The 1839 7th Street, 
Bay City TX 77414 

Texas Dive Shop; Inc, 147 N 
Highway 288 Clute TX 77531 

Lonestar Divers, 8009 Spencer 
Deer Park TX 77536 

Coastal Creations, Fit 1 Box 185245 
Galveston TX 77551 

Sea Gull Shells and Crafts 502 
Highway 146, PO Box 156 Kemah 
TX 77565 

Phantom Isle Lodge, PO Box 559 
Manvel TX 77578 ■ 

Bay Vue. PO Box 1302 Crystal ' 
Beach TX 77650 

Lamar Pro Dive Shop, 3821 Stagg ' 
Dr Beaumont TX 77701 


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Aqua Ventures Scuba •Beaumont, 
4099 Calder sle B Beaumont TX 
77706 

Davey Jones Locker; Inc, 6797 
Easlex Fwy Beaumont TX 77706 

Frontier America Corp. Box 3698 
Bryan TX 77805 

Beachcomber Restaurant & Shell 
Shop - Dolores Turk, PO Box 326 - 
2200 Maple Port O'Connor TX 77982 

Sea Shell Sales, Drawer 98 Seadrift 
TX 77983 

Twiss; J C, Co. Tom Miller, 912 
Iturbide St Laredo TX 78042 

Dive & Ski Center; The, ill S 
Union New Braunfels TX 78130 

Trident Diving Equipment, 2110 
West Ave San Antonio TX 78201 

Alamo Heights Coin Shop, 130 
Terrell Plaza San Antonio TX 78209 

Shell Shop, PO Box 16537 San 
Antonio TX 78216 

San Antonio Data Service Cent 
Johnson; Jose, 8630 Broadway 
San Antonio TX 78217 

Maritime Footwear Inc David M 
Rettinger, PO Box 39091 San 
Antonio TX 78218 

Raul Crafts, 143 Sabyan Drive San 
Antonio TX 78218 

A Dive World, 5712 Mohud Dr San 
Antonio TX 78238 

Ream Gem & Gift Lethea Ream, 
11615 Creston San Antonio TX 
78251 

Clarke; Dr Arthur H Ecosearch Inc, 
325 E Bayview Portland TX 78374 

Sea Shell Shoppe, 120 N Austin 
Rockport TX 78382 

Trade Winds Shell Shop. PO Box 
995 Rockport TX 78382 

Tradewinds Wholesale, PO Box 
125 Rockport TX 78382 

Collector's Corner, 603 S Staples 
Corpus Christ! TX 78401 

Renaissance Place, 324 N 
Chaparral Corpus Christ TX 78401 

Tubbs of Flowers, PO Box 3508 
Corpus Christ! TX 78404 

Padre Island Dive Shop, 7336 S 
Padre Island Dr Corpus Christie TX 
78412 

Ports of Call, 8201 S Padre Island 
Drive Corpus Christ! TX 78412 

Shell Shack Marcia Cook, 4354 S 
Alameda Corpus Cristi TX 78412 

Sea Treasures 10513 S Padre 
Island Dr, Corpus Christi TX 78418 

Sundial, PO Box 99 Port Isabel TX 
78578 

Texas Shell Factory, PO Box 1033 
Port Isabel TX 78578 

Dive Shop; The, 1911 Ranch Rd 
#12 San Marcos TX 78666 

Ramsey, June, Library, Rt 3 Box 
1192 Spicewood TX 78669 

University Texas Press Catalog 
Sales, PO BOX 7819 AUSTIN TX 
78712 

Earthsea, 3700 Kerbey Lane Austin 
TX 78731 

Ancient Manner Artworks Micaela 
Ackley, 3125 Chisholm Trail Austin 
TX 78734-2417 

Heaston; Michael D; Company, 
5614 Wagon Train Rd Austin TX 
78749 

Tom’s Dive & Ski, 6407 Burnet Ln 
Austin TX 78757 

J Rich Sports Inc, 2620 Buell Ave 
Austin TX 78758 

SCUBATEXAS World HQ. 8760-A 
Research Bl #116 Austin TX 78758 

Jenkins Company; The John & 
Maureen Jenkins. Box 2065 Austin 
TX 78768 

Aqua Shop; The, 319 Hudson 
Amarillo TX 79108 


Green's, Rt 1 Box 40 Refugio TX 
79377 

Aquanaut; The, 1009 University 
Lubbock TX 79401 

Gallagher; William J • Books, 3720 
31st St Lubbock TX 79410 

Diver's Passport, 4402 B2 St #212 
Lubbock TX 79424-3345 

Stovall's Dive Shop • Scuba 
School, 1308 S Midkoff #103-106 
Midland TX 79701 

Himalayan Excursions, PO BOx 
11204 Midland TX 79702 

Innerspace Divers of El Paso; Inc, 
4700 N Mesa A-3 El Paso TX 79912 

Scuba Diving School of El Paso, 
6015 Aztec Rd El Paso TX 79925 

Club Akumat Caribe Hotel, PO Box 
1976 El Paso TX 79950 

COLORADO 

High Country Divers, 658 S Havana 
St Aurora CO 80012 

A-1 Diving Company, 1800 W 
Oxford Englewood CO 80110 

Scuba Shoppe Ltd S.E., 6860 S 
Dallas Way Englewood CO 80112 

Bookstore-Arapahoe C College 
Arapahoe Community, College 
Littleton CO 80120 

High Country Divers South. 6570 S 
Broadway Unit A Littleton CO 80121 

Land and Sea Si Bon', PO Box 
4189 Denver CO 80204-0189 

Club Aquarius, 557 Milwaukee 
Denver CO 80206 

Hermitage Book Shop Robert W 
Topp, 2817 E Third Ave Denver CO 
80206 

Bookstore • U of Denver University 
of Denver, Denver CO 80210 

Rocky Mountain Diving Center, 
1920 Wadsworth Bl Lakewood CO 
80215 

Global Seafood Imports, Inc 
Richard Stubbs, 5140 Race Ct Unit 
6 Denver CO 80216 

Colorado Scuba Center, 1892 S 
Wadsworth Lakewood CO 80226 

Scuba Shoppe Limited, 85 S Union 
Bl Lakewood CO 80228 

Bookstore • U of Colorado 
University of Colorado, Boulder CO 
80302 

Out Island Divers Boulder Scuba 
Tours, 1737 15th St Boulder CO 
80302 

Weaver's Dive Center, Inc, 637 80 
Broadway Boulder CO 80303 

Bookstore • Colorado S of Min 
Colorado School of Mines, Golden 
CO 80401 

Aquatic Research & Diving Co, 
29573 Paintbrush Dr Evergreen CO 
60439 

Villa Aventura • A Diver's Village 
at Caye Caulker, PO Box 2664 
Evergreen CO 80439 

CSU Bookstore Colorado State 
University, Fort Collins CO 80523 

Dive Rescue International, 2619 
Canton Court Ft Collins CO 80525 

High Country Divers, 1605 S. 
College Ave Ft Collins CO 80525 

Midwest Divers Supply, 1634 S 
College Ave Fort Collins CO 80525 

UNC Bookstore Univ of Northern 
Colorado, Greeley CO 80603 

USAFA Bookstore U S Air Force 
Academy, USAF Academy CO 
80840 

Colorado College Bookstore 

Colorado College, Colorado 

Springs CO 80903 
Robinson's Gifts, 76 S Sierra Madre 
Colorado Springs CO 80903 

High Country Divers, 1865 N 
Academy Ste D Colorado Springs 
CO 80907 


Mountain Artists Ltd, 76 S Sierra 
Madre Colorado Springs CO 80908 

Rick's Crafts, 1827 W Vintah 
Colorado Springs CO 80909 

SCSC Bookstore Southern 
Colorado Stale C, Pueblo CO 
81001 

Pueblo Divers Supply, 4400 
Thatcher Pueblo CO 81005 

ASC Bookstore Adams State 
College, Alamoso CO 81102 

Western States Col. Bookstore 
Western Stale College, of Colorado 
Gunnison CO 81230 

FLC Bookstore Fort Lewis College, 
Durango CO 81301 

Uncompahgre Fur Co, Box935 
Delta CO 81416 

Mesa College Bookstore Mesa 
College, Grand Junction CO 81501 

Colorado Scubaventures Inc, 2456 
Hwy 7 & 50 Grand Junction CO 
81505 

CMC Bookstore Colorado 
Mountain College, Glenwood 
Springs CO 81601 

Rangely Colorado Bookstore 
Rangely Colorado, Rangely CO 
81648 

WYOMING 

Western Divers; LTD. 323 Thelma 
Dr Casper WY 82609 

IDAHO 

Boise Water Sports, 3204 Overland 
Rd Boise ID 83705 

Scuba Diving Co; The, 217 West 
37th Boise ID 83714 

UTAH 

Divers West, 239 East 800 South 
Orem UT 84057 

Water World Divers, 1 546 S Slate St 
Orem UT 84058 

Eastern Scuba Utah, 50 South 1500 
West Vernal UT 84078 

Freeman; W.H. & Co., 4419 West 
1980 South Salt Lake City UT 84104 

Neptune Divers, 2445 S 900 East 
Salt Lake City UT 84106 

Colorade River & Trail Exped, PO 
Box 7575 Salt Lake City UT 84107- 
7575 

Thunder Island Divers, 2520 W 
4700 South Salt Lake City UT 841 18 

Aardvark, 55 S Main St Logan UT 
84321 

ARIZONA 

Carl's Rock & Gems, 2814 N 7th 
Ave Phoenix A2 85007 

Central Bindery, 2020 N 22nd Ave 
Phoenix AZ 85009 

Book Nook Susan Jones & Sue 
Fonteno, 2725 W Camelback 
Phoenix A2 85011 

Aqua-Sports, 4230 E Indian School 
Road Phoenix AZ 85018 

Panamic Specimen Shells, 3846 E 
Highland Phoenix AZ 85018 

Compass Bookshop Frank J 
Kyula, 138 W 1st St #49 Mesa AZ 
85201 

Chamberlin; George Antiquarian 
Books, 4246 N Scottsdale Rd 
Scottsdale AZ 85252 

Spindrift Gladys C Weber, 6439 W 
Myrtle Ave #79 Glendale AZ 85301 

Arizona Scuba, 1632 Fourth Ave 
Yuma AZ 85364 

Mathews; Susan • Books, Box 260 
Bisbee AZ 85603 

Rebel Scuba, 3514 Kings Cl Dr 
Sierra Vista AZ 85635 
Aqua Fun Scuba Center, 5735 E 
Speedway Tucson AZ 85712 

Silent Experience Scuba Center, 
2901 Speedway Bl Tucson AZ 85716 

Tucson School of Scuba Chris 
Berglund. 3575 E Speedway 
Tucson AZ 85716 


Ciochon; Dr Russell L, 5441 N 
Swan Rd Apt 212 Tucson AZ 85718 

Desert Divers Scuba Center. 3550 
N First Ave Ste 140 Tucson AZ 
85719 

Hahn; Donald E Natural History 
Books, Box 1004 Cottonwood AZ 
86326 

NEW MEXICO 

Freed Company; The 415 Central 
Ave, PO Box 394 Albuquerque NM 
87103 

Nakai Trading Co 8605 Central Ave 
NW, Albuquerque NM 87105 

BibliOddities, 3215 Silver SE 
Albuquerque NM 87106 

Southwest Minerals & Fossils 
7008 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque 
NM 87108 

Old Town Rocks & Minerals 4909 
Ellison NE #C, Albuquerque NM 
87109-4328 

Watersports, Inc, 4927 Prospect NE 
Albuquerque NM 87110 

Shellcraft Co %Norman Jarrow, 
PO Box 4640 Albuquerque NM 
87196 

New Mexico School of Diving, 
4010 E Main St Farmington NM 
87401 

Potter & Potter, 515 Broadway St 
Truth or Consequen NM 87901 

NEVADA 

Learning Adventures, 1556N 
Georgia Boulder City NV 89005 

Dive West Inc, 5831 E Lake Mead Bl 
Las Vegas NV 89115 

CALIFORNIA 

Dawson’s Book Shop, 535 N 
Larchmont Bl Los Angeles CA 90004 

Bookshop Los Angeles County 
Mus of Nat History, 900 Exposition 
Blvd Los Angeles CA 90007 

Entomological Reprint Special PO 
Box 77224, Dockweiler Station Los 
Angeles CA 90007 

use Bookstore, 835 361h Place Los 
Angeles CA 90007 

Books Nippan 532 W 6TH ST. LOS 
ANGELES CA 90014 

Ad Week West - Editor, 514 Shatto 
Place Los Angeles CA 90020 

Katz; Samuel W • Books, 10845 
Lindbrook Dr #6 Los Angeles CA 
90024 

Panjandrum Books, 11321 Iowa 
Ave Ste I Los Angeles CA 90025 

Cherokee Bookshop; Inc Gene 
Blum, 6607 Hollywood Bl Hollywood 
CA 90028 

Tolliver's Books, 1634 So Stearns 
Dr Los Angeles CA 90035 

Harris; Doris - Autographs Room 
907, 5410 Wilshire Bl Los Angeles 
CA 90036 

Zeitlln Periodicals Stan Zeltlin, 
817 S La Brea Los Angeles CA 
90036 

Virji Imports (USA) Inc Ashraf 
Virji, PO Box 45082 Los Angeles CA 

90045 

California Book Auction Galleries, 
1749 N La Brea Ave Los Angeles CA 

90046 

New England Divers, Inc, 11830W 
Pico Bl W Los Angeles CA 90064 

Venus Displays Alan & Barbara 
Levy. 10713 Ashby Ave Los Angeles 
CA 90064 

Guice; Daniel E - Bookseller, 8568- 
1/2 Melrose Ave Los Angeles CA 
90069 

Heritage Bookshop; Inc Lou 
Weinstein, 847 N La Cienega Bl Los 
Angeles CA 90069 

Weinstein; Ben & Louis Heritage 
Book Shop; Inc. 8540 Melrose Ave 
Los Angeles CA 90069 

Caravan Book Store. 550 South 
Grand Ave Los Angeles CA 90071 


Plant Talk Ruth Pease, 919A 
Manhattan Ave Manhattan Beach CA 
90266 

International Bookfinders Inc 
Richard & Martha Mohr, Box 1 
Pacific Palisades CA 90272 

Alacrity Marine Bio Ser PO Box 
7000-358, Redondo Beach CA 
90277 

Dive 'N Surf, 504 N Broadway 
Redondo Beach CA 90277 

Sea & Sea, Inc, 191 1 S Catalina Ave 
Redondo Beach CA 90277 

Marina Del Rey Divers, 2539 
Lincoln Bl Marina Del Rey CA 90291 

Pacific Bio Marine %Rim Fay, PO 
Box 536 Venice CA 90291 

Hollander; Michael S Rare Books, 
1433 Santa Monica Blvd Santa 
Monica CA 90404 

Ocean Park Shells 2724 Main St, 
Santa Monica CA 90405 

Fall; Louise & Richard BioQuip 
Products-Book Div, PO Box 61 
Santa Monica CA 90406 

Karmiole; Kenneth -Bookseller, 
PO Box 464 Santa Monica CA 90406 

Karno; Howard • Books, PO Box 
431 Santa Monica CA 90406 

California Diving News, PO Box 
11231 Torrance CA 90510 

Cypress College Bookstore 
Maxine florentz, 9200 Valley View 
Cypress CA 90630 

Scuba Toys, 9547 Valley View 
Cyprus CA 90630 

ARGO Diving Services PO Box 
1201, 79 Canyon Ter Avalon CA 
90704 

Catalina Island Museum Carol 
Kirk; Admin. Asst., Box 366 Avalon 
CA 90704 

Catalina Divers Supply, Avalon 
Catalina Island CA 90704 

Sea Environment Aquariums 
Miller; Marion (Bob), 3864 Florista 
St. Los Alamitos CA 90720 

Sea; The Yvette & Richard 
Williams, %305 No Harbor Blvd San 
Pedro CA 90731 

Ferguson's Marine Specialties 
Ferguson; Ralph. 617 No Fries Ave 
Wilmington CA 90744 

Fitzgerald; Cheri Executravel, 
20704 Fordyce Ave PO Box 5449 
Carson 90749 

Book Treasury; The Jon 
Gentilman, 1535 E Broadway Long 
Beach CA 90802 

New England Divers; Inc, 4148 
Viking Way Long Beach CA 90808 

Dockum Research Lab, 844 E 
Mariposa St Altadena CA 91001 

Krueger; Gen; Books, 7840 
McGroaty St Sunland CA 91040 

Pasadena Divers West, 2695-A E 
Foothill Bl Pasadena CA 91107 

Vroman’s 2085 E Foothill Blvd, 
Pasadena CA 91109 

Books Bohemian, Box 6246 
Glendale CA 91205 

Sea & Jungle Imports, 1843 
Oakwood Ave Glendale CA 91208- 
2158 

Orphic Books Natural History, 
18533 Roscoe Bl. Ste 200 
Norlhridge CA 91324 

Scuba Duba Dive, 7126 Reseda Bl 
Reseda CA 91335 
Scuba Luv. 704 Thousand Oaks Bl 
Thousand Oaks CA 91360 

Far West Marine Center, 2941 
Willow Ln Thousand Oaks CA 91361 

Sabott; Rudolph Wm Naturl 
History Bookseller, 5239 Tendilla 
Ave Woodland Hills CA 91364 

Davis and Schorr Art Books. 14755 
Ventura Blvd #1-747 Sherman Oaks 
CA 91403 


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Wesl Coast Divers Supply. 16931 
Sherman Way Van Nuys CA 91406 

Alphabooks Mrs Roy Vasin. PO 
Box 7038 Van Nuys CA 91409 

Garvin’s Book Shop Jack Garvin, 
321 No. Golden Mall Burbank CA 
91502 

Professional S.C.U.BJV. Repair, 
5725 Cahuenga 0i No Hollywood 
CA 91601 

Gucclone's Scuba Habitat. 3220 
Brea Canyon Rd Diamond Bar CA 
91765 

Kenyon; Peg & Don; Books, 408 
DeAnra Heights Or San Dimas CA 
91773 

Gore; Marian L - Bookseller, Box 
433 San Gabriel CA 91778 

Undersea Showcase, 1335 W 
Foolhill 01 Upland CA 91786 

Southern California Diving Center, 
1121 S Glendora West Covina CA 
91790 

Inspiration from the Sea, 2388 
Encinitcis Blvd Encinitas CA 92034 

La Jolla Cave and Shell Shop, 
1325 Coast Bl La Jolla CA 92037 

London Associates Shells %Wally 
Robertson. 1137 Prospect St La 
Jolla CA 92037 

Yin; Robert. 1275 Torrey Pines Rd 
La Jolla CA 92037 

Cole’s; John - Book Shop 780 
Prospect St, PO Box 1132 La Jolla 
CA 92038 

Kuhn; Elsyse • Collections - 
Books & Prints, 1310 Cedar St 
Ramona CA 92065 

Bookmark; A. PO Box 1967 Rancho 
Santa Fe CA 92067 

Murex de Mexico PO Box 6B, San 
Ysidro CA 92073 

Aquarium Bookshop A-007 
Scripps Inst Oceanography, La 
Jolla CA 92093 

Atticus Books Deborah Cook, 728 
Broadway San Diego CA 92101 

Coronado Publishers. 1250 Sixth 
Ave San Diego CA 92101 

Pisor Marine Shells Don & Jeanne 
Pisor, 646 N 30th St San Diego CA 
92102 

Baja Expeditions; Inc Penny 
Ehrensberger, PO Box 3725 San 
Diego CA 92103 

Pacific Marine Supply, 2804 
Canon St San Diego CA 92106 

Peri Lithon Books John & Marjorie 
Sinkankas, PO Box 9996 San Diego 
CA 92109 

New England Divers; Inc, 3860 
Rosencrans St San Diego CA 92110 

Silver Sea Patricia Abbey, 2527 
San Diego Ave San Diego CA 921 10 

Animal Graphics Mike Byergo, 
7415 Blix St San Diego CA 92111 

Bio-Science Labs 7330 Opportunity 
Road, Room C San Diego CA 921 1 1 

Natural History Museum Gift 
Shop, PO Box 1390 San Diego CA 
92112 

A-16, 4620 Alvarado Road San 
Diego CA 92120 

Water Education Training (WET). 
7094 Miramar Rd at Distnbut. San 
Diego CA 92121 

Roatan Lodge Resort. PO Box 
27342 San Diego CA 92128 

Imperial Valley Cable Co, 313 N 
eth St El Centro CA 92243 

Bond; Thomas W High Desert 
Images, 13343 Tutelo Road Apple 
Valley CA 92307 

Klemm; Gail • Books. PO Box 518 
Apple Valley CA 92307 

Sea to Sea Scuba School. 10950 S 
Mt Vernon Colton CA 92324 

Kolbe; George Frederick Fine 
Numismatic Books. PO Drawer 
1610A Crestline CA 92325 


Biblioctopus Mark J Hime. PO Box 
309 Idyllwild CA 92349 

Geoscience Books & Prints. 13057 
California St Yucaipa CA 92399 

Creely’s; Bookstore 2753 Mendoza 
Dr. Costa Mesa CA 92626-5621 

Laguna Sea Sports. 2146 Newport 
01 Cosla Mesa CA 92627 

Pacific Camera Service, 730 W 
19th St Costa Mesa CA 92627 

Wesl Coast Curio Co Neil 
Marberger. 1940 Maple Ave Costa 
Mesa CA 92627 

Black Barfs Aquatics, 24882 
Muirlands Bl El Torro CA 92630 

Book Cellar David Cormany, 124 
Orangefair Mall Fullerton CA 92632 

Derry's Shell Shelter %Cid Derry. 
PO Box 3519 Fullerton CA 92634 

Sea Fair R 0 Macklin, 8691 Salem 
Circle Huntington Beach CA 92647 

Ruse Cora! & Sea Shell Import 
Steve & Deanna Ruse, 311 Walnut 
Ave-PO Box 775 Huntington Beach 
CA 92648 

Alta California Bookstore John & 
Mary Belle Swingle. PO Box 296 
Laguna beach CA 92652 

Golden Shell; The Lindahl; Ken & 
Marge. 218 1-2 Marine Ave Balboa 
Island CA 92662 

Pacific Shell Store 104 McFadden 
PI, Newport Beach CA 92663 

Book Sail; The John Mclaughlin, 
1186 N Tustin Orange CA 92667 

Open Water Habitat, Inc, 417 S 
Main Orange CA 92668 

Out-of-State Book Service Box 
3253J, San Clemente CA 92672 

Magic Sea Products; Inc, 1567 
Spinnaker Dr; Box 118 Ventura CA 
93001 

Western Marine Enterprises In, 
Box Q Ventura CA 93002 

Sea Treasures, 2411 Trinity Place 
Oxnard CA 93030 

Farley; Lauren & Michael Marcor 
Publications, 2685 Bolker Way Port 
Hueneme CA 93041 

Far West Marine Center, 1727 Los 
Angeles Ave Simi Valley CA 93065 

Drew’s Book Shop. 31 E Canon 
Perdido Santa Barbara CA 93101 

Hammer; Milton • Books Jessica 
Hammer, Suite 125 El Paseo Santa 
Barbara CA 93101 

Joseph the Provider • Books, 10 W 
Micheltorena Santa Barbara CA 
93101-2510 

Robinson; Gary - Sea Center 
Santa Barbara Mus. Natl., 2559 
Puesta Del Sot Rd. Santa Barbara 
CA 93105 

Aquatics of Santa Barbara, 5370 
Hollister Ave #3 Santa Barbara CA 
93111 

Merlin’s Bookshop, 6543 Pardall 
Rd Isla Vista CA 93117 

Abbey Specimen Shells Bob 
Foster ACharles Glass, PO Box 
3010 Santa Barbara CA 93130 

A-B-l Books Jeffrey Akard. PO Box 
30564 Santa Barbara CA 93130 

Pacific Exploring Co, Box 3042 
Santa Barbara CA 93130 

Learning Works; The Lisa Ekberg, 
PO Box 6187 Santa Barbara CA 
93160 

Shellhouse; The Alfonso G 
Quitoriano, 2808 Daken St 
Bakersfield CA 93309 

Aquatics, 695 W Channel Islands Bl 
Port Hueneme CA 93401-2130 

Roberts; Kerry El Corral 
Bookstore, California Polytechnic 
San Luis Obispo CA 93407 

Sand Castle Shell Shop Al & 
Bobbie Stakeman, 775 Arlington 
Cambria CA 93428 


Shell Shop; The; Inc David L 
Thomas. 590 Embarcadero Morro 
Bay CA 93442 

Bigfoot Hobbies Pat & Susie 
Holden, 1020 Price St Pismo Beach 
CA 93449 

Gem Creations & Gifts. 735 Shell 
Beach Road Shell Beach CA 93449 

Imprints Graphic Studio, Inc. Box 
3656 Carmel CA 93921 

Sea Fantasies Lynn & Lee Austin. 
222 Crossroads 81 Carmel CA 93923 

Aquarius Dive Shop, 2240 Del 
Monte Ave Monterey CA 93940 

Monterey Bay Aquarium Book- 
store. 886 Cannery Row Monterey 
CA 93940 

Sea Challengers Dan & Ann 
Gotshall, 4 Somerset Rise Monterey 
CA 93940 

Boxwood Press Ralph 

Buchsbaum, 183 Ocean View Bl 
Pacific Grove CA 93950 

Sea Life Supply Mike Morris, 740 
Tioga Ave Sand City CA 93955 

Shell Book, Box 7305 Spreckles CA 
93962 

Herring & Robinson Bookbinders, 
200 Valley Dr; Unit 46 Brisbane CA 
94005 

Museum Graphics Anne Adams 
Helms, 195 Jefferson Dr Menlo Park 
CA 94025-1114 

Roots & Shoots, 1074 El Camino 
Real Menlo Park CA 94025 

Books Limerick, Box 365 Moffett 
CA 94035 

Peninsula Diving Center, 1015 W 
El Camino Real Mountain View CA 
94040 

Wallin Dive Store 517 East 
Bayshore Rd, Redwood City CA 
94063 

Carlas Canterbury Book Store, 
1107-17 San Carlos Ave San Carlos 
CA 94070 

Silver Burdett Biology, 1559 
Industrial Rd San Carlos CA 94070 

Albatross Book Store Donald W & 
Rose H Sharp. 166 Eddy St San 
Diego CA 94102 

California Book Auction Galleries, 
Inc, 358 GOLDEN GATE AVE SAN 
FRANCISCO CA 94102 

Collins; Louis • Bookseller, 1083 
Mission St; 2nd FI San Francisco CA 
94103 

Holmes Book Company; The 
Frederick Moore, 22 Third St San 
Francisco CA 94103 

Brick Row Book Shop, 278 Post St. 
#303 San Francisco CA 94108-5071 

Thomas; Jeffrey Fine & Rare 
Books, 49 Geary St., Suite 230 San 
Francisco CA 94108 

Andre Imports Oannalea 
Villanueva, 693 Post St San 
Francisco CA 94109 

Argonaut Book Shop Robert D 
Haines, Jr, 786-792 Sutter St San 
Francisco CA 94109 

Bookstall, The. 708 Sutter St San 
Francisco CA 94109 

Antiqucis Bibliopole Pauline A 
Grosch, 4147 24lh St San Francisco 
CA 94114 

Seascape, 2830 Stoat Bl San 
Francisco CA 94116 

Crittenden; Salle S Museum 
Shops Calif Acad o. Golden Gate 
Park San Francisco CA 94118 

Griffith; Jim; Corp-Aquatique 
Lynn Dunne. 132 Clement St ^n 
Francisco CA 94118 

Banana Republic Travel & Safari 
Clothing, PO Box 7347 San 
Francisco CA 94120 

Arkadyan Books & Prints Gerald L 
Webb. 926 Irving Si San Francisco 
CA 94122 


Oceanic Society Expeditions Fort 
Mason Center, Building E; Rm 245 
San Francisco CA 94123 

Curtis-Swann, Inc Shereen 
Goldberg-Keck, 50 Dorman Ave 
San Francisco CA 94124-1845 

Blue & Gold Fleet, Pier 39, Box Z-2 
San Francisco CA 94133 

Desmarais; Rebecca B Rare 
Books, 907 Cowper St Palo Alto CA 
94301-2819 

Swede Slavic Books, Box 1214 
Palo Alto CA 94302 

Seymour: Date; Publications 

WIZE, PO Box 10888 Palo Alto CA 
94303 

Stanford University Press 
Promotions Dept, STANFORD CA 
94305 

California Pacific Designs 
Christine. 2060 Lincoln Ave 
Alameda CA 94501 

Aqua Sports; Inc. 2689 C 
Monument Bl Concord CA 94520 

Brooks Books Phil Nesty, PO Box 
21473 Concord CA 94521 

Math/Science Nucleus Joyce 
Blueford - Editor, 3710 Yale Way 
Fremont CA 94538 

McLaughlin; Richard Bookman, 
1613 Monterey Dr Livermore CA 
94550 

Joyce Book Shops; The, Box 310 
Martinez CA 94553 

Mt. Eden Books & Bindery, PO Box 
421 Mt Eden CA 94557 

Tri-Valley Scuba School; Inc, 
21310 San Flamon Valley Bl San 
Ramon CA 94583 

Marine World Africa USA Marine 
World Foundation, Marine World 
Parkway Vallejo CA 94589 

Oakland Museum Store 1000 Oak 
St, Oakland CA 94607 

Oceanic Gifts. 1510 32nd St 
Oakland CA 94608 

Archaeologia Arthur Richter, 707 
Carlston Ave Oakland CA 94610 

Gull Book Shop. 1547 San Pablo 
Ave Oakland CA 94612 

Nature Company Catalog. PO Box 
2310 Berkeley CA 94702-0310 

University Press Books, 2430 
Bancroft Way Berkeley CA 94704 

Albion Fine Prints Albert M 
Shapiro. 1751 San Lorenzo Ave 
Berkeley CA 94707 

Foley; Donald L Books, 1050 
Maraposa Ave Berkeley CA 94707 

Wilderness Travel, 1760 Solano 
Ave-NB Berkeley CA 94707 

Bleiweiss; Roy Fine Books, 92 
Northgate Ave Berkeley CA 94708 

Black Oak Books R Brown, 1491 
Shattuck Ave Berkeley CA 94709 

Sea Shell House, 2714 Wiswall Dr 
Richmond CA 94806-2748 

Inca Floats, 1606nd Juanita Tiburon 
CA 94920 

Wilderness/River Journeys, PO 
Box 807 Bolinas CA 94924 

Pomegranate Calendars & Books, 
Box 980 Corte Madera CA 94925 

McGraw-Hill BOOK CO 8171 
REDWOOD HWY. NOVATO CA 
94947 

Specimen Shell Sales Spelling; 
Daniel. 1094 Calle Empinado 
Novato CA 94947 

Eclectic Gallery; The, PO Box 1581 
Sausalito CA 94965 

Glaser, Edwin V Rare Books, PO 
Box 1765 Sausalito CA 94965 

Landmark Calendars. PO Box 1 100 
Sausalito CA 94966 

Golden Cowrie Old City Hall 
Shops, 733 Bridgeway Sausilito CA 
94969 


Outrigger Dive Shop; The, 2110 
Winchester Blvd Campbell CA 95008 

Capitola Treasures, 110 Capitola 
Ave *2 Capitola CA 95010 

Craddock’s Coins & Supplies, 
10118-B Bandley Dr Cupertino CA 
95014 

Clouse; Kenneth E 420 QUAIL 
HOLLOW, FELTON CA 95018 

Bookminder Co; The. PO Box 194 
Los Gatos CA 95031-9973 

Wet Pleasure. 2350 El Camino Real 
Santa Clara CA 95050 

Kane; George Robert; Books. 252 
Third Ave Santa Cruz CA 95062 

Scubaventures Inc 2222 E Cliff Dr, 
Santa Cruz CA 95062 

Long Marine Lab. Bookstore Sally 
Real, Manager, University of 
California Santa Cruz CA 95064 

Estampe Original Sandra A Sofris, 
PO Box 3117 Saratoga CA 95070 

Scuba Ventures; Inc, 2222 E Cliff 
Dr Santa Cruz CA 95073 

Sparlan Bookstore San Jose State 
University. San Jose CA 95192 

Great Valley Museum (NH), 1100 
Stoddard Ave Modesto CA 95350 

California Freelance Scuba & 
Supply, 1803 G St Modesto CA 
95354 

Books in Transit, 2830 Case Way 
Turlock CA 95380 

Clover; Phillip W. PO Box 339 Glen 
Ellen CA 95442 

Collector Joann Rushmore, 45166 
Main St PO Box 183 Mendocino CA 
95460 

Kohl’s Enterprises Roy or Susan 
Kohl. 1124 A St Eureka CA 95501 

Shell Shop Donna Snell, PO Box 
AC Trinidad CA 95570 

Scuba Sports, 8430 Auburn Bl 
Citrus Heights CA 95610 

Stalker; The Ski to Sea 
Specialists, 8065 Greenback Ln 
Citrus Heights CA 95610 

Holmes Book Co; The Craig 
Keyston, 274 I4th St Oakland CA 
95612 

Argus Books Herbert Caplan, 1714 
Capitol Ave Sacramento CA 95814 

Down By The Sea. 1028 Second St 
Old Sacramento CA 95814 

Hammon’s Archives & Artifacts 
Wendell P Hammon, 1115 Front St 
Sacramento CA 95814 

Mother Load, 2020 H SI 

Sacramento CA 95814 

Time-Tested Books. 1114 21st St 
Sacramento CA 95814 

Stalker; The Ski to Sea 

Specialists, 1735 Howe Ave 
Sacramento CA 95825 

Poisson, Michael & Associates, 14 
Kamson Court Sacramento CA 

95833 

Coral Reef Specimen Seashells, 
2239 North Ave Chico CA 95926 

Mountain House Books Leonard 
Berardi, PO Box 831 Nevada City 
CA 95959 

Reed, Roger K Bookseller, 14618 
Tyler Foote Rd Nevada City CA 
95959 

Imperial Gems Co. PO Box 432 
Ofoville CA 95965 

Pierce; Wayne; Books, 4400 Pine 
Cluster Oroville CA 95965 

Naturegraph Publishers PO BOX 
1075, HAPPY CAMP CA 96039 

Crandall; Phillip R, Box 3617- 
Kinser APO San Francisco CA 96248 

Patriciana Shells James L Barnett, 
Del 1. 3d CSG/RAO APO San 
Francisco CA 96298 


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HAWAII 

Sea and Shell • WaiSea Waiiea 
Shopping Village, Wailea Maui HI 
96710 

Shellmagic Tom Chamberlin, PO 
Box 111 Hanalet; Kauai HI 96714 

Kona Coast Divers. 75-5614 Palani 
Rd Kailua; Kona HI 96740 

Sandwich Island Divers. 73-1263 
Uhau St Kailua; Kona HI 96740 

Capt, Nemo’s Ocean Sports, Box 
3291 Kamuela Kona HI 96743 

Cora! Kingdom; Inc, 49-132 
Kamehameha Highway Honolulu HI 
96744 

Hawaiian Curios, PO Box 1001 
Kanedhe HI 96744 

Ocean Exotica % Bob Katekaru, 
47-275 Waihe’e Rd Kaneohe HI 
96744 

Dive Makai Charters, PO Box 2955 
Kailua; Kona Hi 96745 

Sea Dreams Hawaii, PO Box 4836 
Kailua-Kona HI 96745 

Sea Paradise Scuba, Inc, PO Box 
5655 Kailua-Kona HI 96745 

Aquatics Kauai, 733 Kuhio Hwy 
Kapaa HI 96746 

Cowrie Shop of Kauai, Waialua HI 
96746 

Dive Kauai. 976 Kuhio Hwy Kapaak; 
Kauai HI 96746 

Nature’s Gallery Product, 6376 
Kaaheie St Kapaa HI 96746 

Sea Sage Diving Center, 4-1378 
Kuhio Hwy Kapaa; Kauai HI 96746 

Ale-Wa Ocean Originals, PO Box 
922 Kihei; Maui HI 96753 

Dive Shop of Kihei; The; Ltd, 1975 
S. Kihei Rd Kihei; Maui HI 96753 

Hawaiian Watercolors, PO Box 616 
Kihei; Maui HI 36753 

La Pre Shell Shop 101 N Kihei Rd, 
Kihei Maui HI 96753 

Maui Dive Shop, PO Box 1018 
Azeka Place; Kihei HI 96753 

Ocean Activities Center, 2750 
Wailea Alanui, D-2 Wailea HI 96753 

Severns; Mike; Scuba Diving, PO 
Box 627 Kihie; Maui HI 96753 

Fathom Five Divers; Inc, PO Box 
907 Kaloa; Kauai HI 96756 

Capt Nemo’s Ocean Emporium, 
700 Front St Lahaina, Maui HI 96761 

Central Pacific Divers, 780 Front St 
Lahaina; Maui HI 96761 

Dive Maui Inc Lahaina Market PI, 
Lahaina Luna Rd Lahaina; Maui Hi 
96761 

Lahaina Divers Inc, 710 Front St 
Lahaina; Maui H! 96761 

Scuba Schools ©? Maui, 1000 
Limahana Place Lahaina, Maui HI 
96761 

Sea and Shell > Hyatt Regency 
Hyatt Regancy, Kaanapali Maui HI 
96761 

Tidepool Gallery - Whaler’s 
Village, Kaanapoli Maui HI 96761 

Custom Dive Service, PO Box 90 
Makawao; Maui HI 96768 

Compass Rose Distributors %K G 
Empey, PO Box 507 Pahoa HI 
96778 

Sea Chest Gift Shop %Kathryn L 
Henry, PO Box 507 15-694 Puni 
Maura Pahoa; HI 96778 

Ocean Adventures; tnc, 98-406 
Kam. Hwy Pearl City Hi 96782 

Aquatic Charters of Maui, PO Box 
1028 Puunene; Maui HI 96784 

Leeward Dive Center, 85S79 
Farrington Hwy Watanae HI 96792 

Bojae Aquatic Center Verne’s 
Scuba Repair, 94-801 Farrington 
Hwy Waipahu HI 96797 


Exotic Shells Inc, 94-070 Leokane 
St Waipahu HI 96797 

Jazwinski; Stan, 777 Kapiolani 
Blvd. # 3313 Honolulu HI 96813 

Sea Products, 712 Emily Honolulu 
Hi 96813 

Kai Systems Steve Leong, 1157AS 
King St Honolulu HI 96814 

South Seas Aquatics, 1050 Ala 
Moana B! Honolulu HI 96814 

Alibaba Imports, 2270 Kalakaua 
Ave; #1007 Honolulu HI 96815 

Betty’s Imports, 2270 Kalakaua Ave; 
#1616 Honolulu HI 96815 

Natural Selection Waikiki 
Aquarium, 2777 Kalakaua Ave 
Honolulu HI 96815 

Nautilus of the Pacific, 2005 Kalia 
Rd Honolulu HI 96815 

Shellworld Hawaii, 2381 Kalakaua 
Ave Honolulu HI 96815 

Waikiki Diving; !nc Waikiki Diving 
School, 420 Nahua St Honolulu HI 
96815 

Gem Coral Processors, 1610 
Kalani; Rm 2 Honolulu HI 96817 

Phil Hawaii Trading; Inc, 1007 
Dillingham Bivd; #106 Honolulu HI 
96817 

Shell Arts Hawaii, 795 McNeill St 
#202 Honolulu HI 96817-4221 

A!a Makana; Inc, 125-A Puuhale Rd 
Honolulu HI 96819 

Aloha Shells, 1512 Kona Honolulu 
HI 96819 

Bishop Museum Press PO BOX 
19000-A, HONOLULU HI 96819 

Troy’s Dive Shop, 20 Sand Island 
Access Rd Honolulu HI 96819 

Malta; Anna, 1448 Thurston Ave #5 
Honolulu HI 96822 

Oriental Publishing Co PO BOX 
22162, HONOLULU HI 96822 

Aloha Dive Shop • Koko Marina, 
Koko Marina Shopping Center 
Honolulu HI 96825 

VehoR Diving Ventures Kuapa-Kai 
Shop Center, 377 Keahole St 
Honolulu HI 96825 

Reeflife ©f Hawaii PO Box 11091, 
Moiliili Station Honolulu HI 96828 

U.S. PACIFIC ISLANDS 

Corai Reef Marine Center, PO Box 
2792 Agana GU 96910 

Marianas Divers, PO Box 1116 
Agana GU 96910 

Triton’s Treasures, PO Box 8165 
Tammuning GU 96911 

MDA. PO Box 13005 NS Branch GU 
96915 

Truk Small Industries Center, PO 
Box 399 Truk E Caroline Islands 
96942 

OREGON 

Blackwell N America 6024 SW 
Jean Rd #G, Lake Oswego OR 
97034 

Ocean Images, Inc, 20600 US 101 
S Cloverdale OR 97112 

Garibaldi Aqua Sports, Inc, PO 
Box 516 Garibaldi OR 97118 

Austin-Mitchell Spotted Tiger 
Shop, PO Box 9 Pacific City OR 
97135 

Binder Products, PO Box 9204 
Portland OR 97203 

Cameron’s Book Store, 336 SW 
Third Ave Portland OR 97204 

Green Dolphin Bookshop, 1300 
SW Washington Portland OR 97205 

Binford & Mort, 1202 NW 17th Ave 
Portland OR 97209 

Internat. Specialized Book 
Sen/ice, 5602 NE Hassalo St 
Portland OR 97213-3640 

Steves Scuba Diving School, 4708 
A SE Jennings Ave Milwaukie OR 
97267 


Salem Scuba. 51 1 1 Commercial SE 
Salem OR 97306 

Lookout Gift Shop, PO Box 248 
Depoe Bay OR 97341 

Pacific Originals. 3237 SW 
Highway 101 Lincoln City OR 97367 

Backstage Books, Box 3676 

Eugene OR. 97403 

Kinnee's Gifts And Shells, PO Box 
5498 Charleston OR 97420 

Hybrid Press, PO Box 822 Port 
Orford OR 97465 

Sea Perch Inc. 95480 Hwy 101 
Yachats OR 97498 

Bibby, B.L. Books, 1225 Sardine 
Creek Rd Gold Hill OR 97525 

Divers Den. 1349 SW 15lh St 
Redmond OR 97756 

WASHINGTON 

Ocean Research Instruments, PO 
Box 689 Edmonds WA 98020 

Coleman; Shirley, 21227 lOOlh PI 
SE Kent WA 98031 

New England Divers; Inc., 24860 
Pacific Hwy. S. Kent WA 98032 

Lighthouse Diving Center; Inc, 
5241 196th St SW Lynnwood WA 
98036 

Lubbe; Ernest, Books, 2510 N 45th 
St Seattle WA 98103-6910 

Ye Olde Curiosity Shop 601 
Alaskan Way, Seattle WA 98104 

Asian Sky Travel Service Miranda 
J Pirzada, 5241 18th Ave NE Seattle 
WA 98105 

Lighthouse Diving Center; Inc, 
8215 Lake City Way NE Seattle WA 
98115 

Bham Dive & Travel, 2720 W 
Maplewood Bellingham WA 98225 

Washington Divers Ind, 903 N 
State St Bellingham WA 98225 

Whidbey Divers, PO Box 1557 Oak 
Harbor WA 98227 

Darvill's Rare Print Shop, PO Box 
47; Orcas Island Eastsound WA 
98245 

Pearl Pond, PO Box 1122 La 
Conner WA 98257 

Electric Bookstore; The, PO Box 70 
Monroe WA 98272 

Of Sea & Shore, PO Box 219 Port 
Gamble WA 98364 

Nautilus Dive, 585 Bethel Ave Port 
Orchard WA 98366 

Pacific Clipper Cruises, PO Box 
243 Port Townsend WA 98368 

Washington Sport Diver; Inc, 2413 
Pacific Ave Tacoma WA 98402 

Sharon Wade Books, 2922 20lh Ave 
NW Olympia WA 98502 

Eason’s Marine Service, 9020 
Martin Way Olympia WA 98506 

Sutley; Jane Horticultural Books, 
1105 W. Cherry St Centralia WA 
98531 

Tide Creations PO Box 121, Ocean 
Shores WA 98569 

Pill Enterprises, N22790, Hwy 101 
Shelton WA 98584 

Shellllair Gift Shop, 102 So Forest 
Westport WA 98595 

Orca Scuba Center, 100 Valley Mall 
Parkway East Wenatcahee WA 
98801 

Deep End Sport Diving Center, 
5808 Summitview Ave #A Yakima 
WA 98908 

Scuba Divers, Stephenson & 
Sons, Rt 3 Box 480 Colville WA 
99114 

Down Under Divers, S 137 
Sherman Spokane WA 99202 

Old Book Home, W 231 1 I6th #222 
Spokane WA 99204 

Adventure Sports, East 6605 
Sprague Spokane WA 99212 


ALASKA 

Aleutian Experience Tours, 3400 
Kvichak Circle Anchorage AK 99515 

Alaska's Treks n’ Voyages. PO Box 
625 Seward AK 99664, 

Alaska Diving Adventures- Inc, PO 
Box 1999 Valdez AK 99686 

Alaskan & Arctic Books Joe & 
Carla fleckenstein. SRA Box 5580 
Wasilla AK 99687 

Selin; Chris Nature Illustration, 
PO Sox 83483 College AK 99708 

Wood; Richard A Nature Alaska 
Bookman, PO Box 81153 Fairbanks 
AK 99708 

Scavenger's Scientific Supply 
Marilyn Sigman, PO Box 211328 
Auke Bay AK 99821 

Southeast Diving & Sports, 203 
Lincoln St Sitka AK 99835 

Bishop; Ellen & Dick, Box A-15 
Ward Cove AK 99928 

ARGENTINA 

Diaz; Bealriz A; Bookseller Av de 
Mayo 1370, Piso 9 Of247 1362 
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA 

Horwitz; Francisco L Montaneses 
1891 3o p.-’K", FlA-1428 Buenos 
Aires ARGENTINA 

AUSTRALIA 

Amora Shells Ray Walker, 4 
Jennifer Way Rossmoyne 61555 WA 
AUSTRALIA 

Aquarius Dive Travel Austral., 40- 
42 Taylor St Ashburton 3147 Vic 
AUSTRALIA 

Armour Black Corals & Shellcrafl, 
GPO Box 1343 Sydney NSW 2001 
AUSTRALIA 

Australian National V Press PO 
BOX 4, CANBERRA ACT 2600 
AUSTRALIA 

B Si D Shells D Irrgang, 159 
Anderson St Port Hedland WA 6721 
AUSTRALIA 

Ball; Mike; Watersports, 252 
Walker St Townsville OLD 4810 
AUSTRALIA 

Brookman’s HM Cater & Sons Mr 
J M Brookman, PO Box 49 Booval 
Old AUSTRALIA 4034 

Butik; Rohima PO Box 1328, 
Darwin NT AUSTRALIA 

Christensen; Olaf 388 Bay Street, 
PO Box 124 North Brighton Vic 
AUSTRALIA 3186 

Coleman; Neville A 103 Caringbah, 
Carinbaugh NSW AUSTRALIA 2229 

Coralita Shelling Cruises K 
Weston, PO Box 760 Gladstone 
OLD AUSTRALIA 4680 

Darwin Seashell Centre PO Box 
1012, Darwin NT AUSTRALIA 5794 

Divemaster Charters, PO Box 1450 
Townsville OLD AUSTRALIA 4810 

Drysdale’s Seashells Mrs A 
Drysdale, 4 Richardson Street Port 
Hedland WA AUSTRALIA 6721 

Esperance Shell Shop, 151 
Dempster St Esperance WA 
AUSTRALIA 6450 

Flindersian Shell Traders Mr T J 
Castle & H Kaid, PO Box 796 Port 
Lincoln SA AUSTRALIA 5606 

Gabelish; A J (Tony) PO Box 54, 
Wembley WA AUSTRALIA 6014 

Gem Shells Keats; Mr M, 33 
Livingstone Ave Fumble NSW 
AUSTRALIA 2073 

Going Places, 26 Abbott St Cairns 
OLD AUSTRALIA 4870 

Good; T C PO Box 1450, Townsville 
OLD AUSTRALIA 4810 

Government Printer 282 W BEACH 
RO. NETLEY SA AUSTRALIA 

Hargreaves; Barry 56 Wroxton St, 
Midlands WA AUSTRALIA 6056 

Hinton; A Q - Wholesale PO Box 
126, Coolangatta Old AUSTRALIA 
4225 


Hooke; N Keith 16 Baldwin Ave 
Noble Park Vic AUSTRALIA 3164 

Isles; Andrew - Natural History 
Books, PO Box 358 Prahran Vic 
AUSTRALIA 3181 

Jacaranda Press Pty; Ltd GPO 
BOX 859. BRISBANE OLD 
AUSTRALIA 4001 

Krozen; John R. PO Box 979 Port 
Lincoln SA AUSTRALIA 5606 

Kurz; Carl F Museum, Portland Vic 
AUSTRALIA 

Lansdowne Press 176 SOUTH 
CREEK RD, PO BOX 60 DEE WHY 
NSW AUSTRALIA 2099 

Mannings Library Suppliers 4-175 
Gibbs . St, Chatswood Sydney 
AUSTRALIA 2067 

Marine Shell Industries PO Box 
550, Mackay Old AUSTRALIA 4740 

Marine Specimens Pty Ltd Lance 
Moore, 27A George St Sydney NSW 
AUSTRALIA 2001 

Marlin Parade, PO BOx 5551 Cairns 
4870 OLD AUSTRALIA 

Menzies Sea Shell Shop Shop 
M14 Menzies Arcade, Carrington St 
Sydney NSW AUSTRALIA 2001 

Muir; Robert Natural History 
Books, PO Box 364 Nedlands WA 
AUSTRAUA 6009 

M.V. Bali-Hat II, PO Box 692 Cairns 
Nth. OLD AUSTRALIA 4870 

Napoleon's Seashells Napoleon 
Sagias, PO Box 257 Dampier WA 
AUSTRAUA 6713 

Nell’s Shells N & MJ McKay. PO 
Box 5741 CMC Cairns Old 
AUSTRAUA 4871 

No Queensland Marine Aquarium 
21 Pilkington St, Garbutt; Townsville 
Old AUSTRALIA 4814 

Ocean Exhibits Shell Museum 
Mrs L M Figgis. PO Box 236 
Exmouth WA AUSTRALIA 6707 

Perth Shell Distributors Merv 
Cooper, PO Box 186 Mt Hawthorn 
WA AUSTRALIA 6016 

Rene’s Rare Shell Gallery Unit 1 • 
9 Bailey Grove, Ivanhoe Vic 
AUSTRAUA 3079 

Rinken's Seashell Sales PO Box 
2056, South Hedland WA 
AUSTRALIA 6721 

Rippingale; Oswald 1-B Chatham 
St, Margate Beach Old AUSTRAUA 
4819 

S Australian Marine Specimen PO 
Box 362, Blackwood SA AUSTRALIA 
5051 

Sandgroper Sea Shells 64 Hope 
Street, White Gum Valley WA 
AUSTRALIA 6162 

Scamozzon; Bruno PO Box 202, 
Mossman Old AUSTRALIA 48 

Sea Australia Productions Pty PO 
Box 419, Caringbah NSW 
AUSTRALIA 2229 

Shells of Paradise 16 Bondi Ave., 
Frankston Vic AUSTRALIA 3199 

Shells of Paradise 63 Ashleigh 
Avenue, Frankston Vic AUSTRAUA 
3199 

Shell House of Guy Street PO Box 
290, Broome WA AUSTRALIA 6725 

Shell Land Corner Mary & 
Melbourne S, Gleneig North SA 
AUSTRAUA 

Shell Shop GPO Box 5, Broome 
WA AUSTRALIA 6725 

Shepp Books, 3/605 Pacific 
Highway Mount Colah NSW 
AUSTRAUA 2079 

Shirle/a Shell Shop Marine 
Parade, Lome Vic AUSTRALIA 

Starr Shell Museum 159 Rothery 
Road, Bellambi NSW AUSTRALIA 
2518 

Summerhouse Shell Shop 37 
Geelong Rd. Torquay Vic 
AUSTRALIA 


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TAG Shells PO Box 205, Ocean 
Grove Victoria AUSTRALIA 3226 

Tag Shells PO Box 13, Hampton 
Vic AUSTRALIA 3188 

Tarca’s Coral Gardens Tomlins St. 

S Townsville Old AUSTRALIA 4810 

Tetley; Max 4 Bond St. Mt 
Hawthorne WA AUSTRALIA 6016 

Tigris Enterprises PO Box 114, 
Harbord NSW AUSTRALIA 2096 

Torquay Shell Museum Box 64, 
Torquay Vic AUSTRALIA 3228 

Trinity Shells PO Box 130, Trinity 
Beach Cairns; Old AUSTRALIA 

University Co-op Bookshop Ltd 
University of Sydney, Sydney 
AUSTRALIA 2006 

Val’s Shell Shop PO Box 70. 
Silkwood Old AUSTRAUA 4856 

Wedneil Publications 54 SCHUTT 
ST. NEWPORT AUSTRALIA 3015 

Westralian Shells 3 Gunee Road, 
City Beach WA AUSTRALIA 6015 

World Shells DJ & VJ Harris. PO 
Box 397 Caloundra Old AUSTRALIA 
4551 

World Wide Shells P O'Brien. PO 
Box 3 Amity Point Stradbroke Island 
OLD AUSTRAUA 4183 

AUSTRIA 

interlauna Harald Delpos, 
Maximiliangasse 1 A-5020 Salzburg 
AUSTRIA 

Sefcsik; Franz, PO Box 59 1091 
Vienna AUSTRIA 

BAHAMAS 

Bahamas Supply House PO Box 
1104, Nassau BAHAMAS 

Exuma Divers Co, PO Box 110 
George Town Exuma BAHAMAS 

Smuggler’s Rest Dive Resort. PO 
Box N8050 Nassau BAHAMAS 

Underwater Explorers Society 
UNEXSO. PO Box F-2433 Freeport 
BAHAMAS 

Unexso. PO Box F 2433 Freeport 
GRAND BAHAMAS 

Valentine's Dive Center, Box 1 
Harbour Island BAHAMAS 

BARBADOS 

Hunt; David, Gregg Farm St 
Andrews BARBADOS 

BELGIUM 

Apex Buyle; M.G.. Av M Maeterlinck; 
56 bte 8 Bruxelles BELGIUM B-1030 

Aquabel Blvd St Michel €5, 1040 
Brussels BELGIUM 

Aqua-Gold F Drecq, Chee Courtrai 
8730 Harelbeke BELGIUM 

Arion Buyle; M.J., Av. M. 
Maeterlinck; 56; bte 8 Bruxelles 
BELGIUM B-1030 

Charles Geerts, 28 Avenue Bertaun 
1070 Bruxelles Belgium 

Geerts; Charles J Rue Lebeau; 27. 
B-1000 Bruxelles (Sabion) BELGIUM 

Institut Royal des Sciences N de 
Belgique. Rue Vautier 31 1040 
Bruxelles Belgium 

La Fauna Marine 23 Rue du 
Boulet, Bruxelles 1 BELGIUM 

Standard Boekhandel Kapelanie- 
laan 6. CTR Verwerkingseenheid 
CVE 2698 Tier! BELGIUM 

Univers Sous-Marin; Ubrairie. 
Koninklijke Baan 88 B-8460 Koksijde 
BELGIUM 

BELIZE 

Ambergris Lodge, Ambergris Caye 
BELIZE 

Gallows Point Caye. 9 Regent St W 
Belize City BEU2E 

M.V. Lucretia B. PO Box 1076 
Belize City BELIZE 

Saint George’s Lodge, Box 625 
Belize City BELIZE 


BRAZIL 

Bresilian Sea Shells Jose 
Joaquim B Frota, Rua Dr Aurino 
Fernandes No 51 Caixa Postal No 
57 Natal • RGN BRAZIL 

Grupo Neptuno, Caixa Postal 28 
Mogi das Cruzes • CEP 08700 
BRAZIL 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS- 
LANDS 

Kilbride Underwater Tours. PO 
Box 40 Virgin Gorda BRITISH VIRGIN 
IS. 

CANADA 

3 Fathoms Scuba LTD. 163 
Henderson Hwy Winnipeg Man. 
CANADA 

Aqua-Systems Scuba Shop, 1730 
Dundas St East Missisauga Ont 
CANADA L4X 168 

B C Tropical Shell Company 280 
East 6th Avenue, Vancouver BC 
CANADA V5G 1J8 

Beach Gardens Diving Resort; 
LTD, 7074 Westminster Ave Powell 
River BC CANADA V8A 1C5 

Beneath The Surface 454 Crawford 
Ave, Windsor Ontario CANADA N9A 
5C4 

Blue Jay Bookshop, PO Box 1121 
Regina Sask CANADA S4P 3B4 

Books; Lutra Natural History 
Booksell, '19 Vine Crescent Barrie 
Ontario CANADA L4N 28E 

Brian O Latferty, 3835 Cumberland 
Rd Victoria B C CanadaVSP 3JI 

Dan's Dive Shop Inc, 48 Lakeport 
Rd St Catharines Ont CANADA L2R 
6V9 

DeFreitas; Wilfred M 

BOOKSELLER. PO BOX 883 STOCK 
EXCH TOWER MONTREAL CANADA 
H4Z 1K2 

Divers Den (MB), 31 1 Pembina Hwy 
Winnipeg Man. CANADA R3L 2E3 

Domina; Russ L Icon Microfilming 
Ltd, 1675 Russell Rd Ottawa Ontario 
Canada 

Foote; Daryl E 100 E. First St., PO 
Box 86424 N Vancouver B.C. 
CANADA V7L 4K6 

Hager Books 2176 West 41st Ave, 
Vancouver BC CANADA V6M 1Z1 

Hummingbird Natur Tours, 13738 
• 232nd St Maple Ridge BC CANADA 
V2X 6V3 

Importation le Geophile, Inc P 
Rissmann, 475, Chemin Olivier 
Bernieres Quebec CANADA GOS 
ICO 

Jeffrey; G B & S, 3820 Bowen Dr 
Richmond BC CANADA V7C 4E1 

Librairie O Vieux Bouquins Ltvres 
Rares et Anciens, C.P. 8 
Drummondville Quebec CANADA 
J2B 6V6 

Magna Yachting Ltd Dive Clavella, 
PO Box 866-A Nanaimo BC 
CANADA V9R 5N2 

Munro’s Bookstore 753 Yates St. 
Victoria British Columbia CANADA 
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Nautilus Arts & Crafts 6075 
Kingston Road. Toronto Ontario 
CANADA 

Oceaner Recreation Ltd. 995 W 
22nd Ave Vancouver BC CANADA 
V5Z 2A2 

Prairie Diving Services, 543 20th 
St W Saskatoon Sask. CANADA 57M 
0X6 

Rendezvous Dive Ventures; Ltd. 
Box 135 Port Alberni BC CANADA 
V9Y 7MB 

Sea Shell Concents Mrs Elizabeth 
Hay, 807-95 Paisley Blvd W 
Mississauga Ontario CANADA L5B 
1E7 

Sidney Surt N Scuba. 2537 Beacon 
Ave Sidney CANADA V8L 1Y3 

Soules; Gordon • Book 
Publishers. 525-355 Burrard St 
Vancouver BC CANADA V6C 2G8 


Sun’s; Place 1142 Robson St, 
Vancouver BC CANADA V6E 1B2 

Travel Sports EQ. 67 Wharncliffe 
Rd N London Ont. CANADA NGH 
2A5 

Travel Sports Equipment & Scuba 
School, WharncliHe Rd N London 
Ont. CANADA N6H 2A5 

Wet Shop; The. 10101 Yonge St 
Richmond Hill Ont. CANADA L4C 
1T7 

Wreckage PO Box 125, Ucluelet 
British Columbia CANADA 

CHILE 

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Bongard 2830, Casilla 403 iquique 
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COLOMBIA 

Aquarium Dive Resort, PO Box 
1692 San Andres Island COLOMBIA 

INDERENA Fernando Duque G, 
Jefe de Actividades A A 2895; 
Cartagen COLOMBIA; SA 

CYPRUS 

Cydive Cyprus, 1, Poseidon Ave 
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La Iguana Boyaca & Clemente 
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FIJI 

Jack’s Handicrafts PO Box 259, 
Nadi FUl 

She Sells Ltd PO Box 3135, Lami 
FUI 

Tropical Enterprises GPO Box 
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FRANCE 

Aquarium Marin Le Croisic 44490, 
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Coquillages Place de la 
Concorde, 62152 Hardelot FRANCE 

Jibe 18-20 Rue Fauborg Temple, 
75011 Paris FRANCE 

La Bertrande; A R A H Fusterouau, 
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La Tortue 48; Rue des Couteliers, 
31000 Toulouse FRANCE 

Le Cercle Centre Art de Vivre 
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Le Collectionneur 61 Rue des 
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Naturatheque 22; BO Sainte-Barbe, 
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Palais D’Orient 112 La Canebiere, 
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Ste Art Nature Decor 9 Rue 
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Zoo Marin 3 Rue Chanzy, Les 
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209 Papeete; Tahiti FRENCH 
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HACHETTE PACIFIQUE FARE UTE, 
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Marama Shells Massoutier I Marc, 
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Yacht Danae; III Shelling Cruises, 
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Bibliothek Zoolische Sammlung 
des Bayerischen, Nyphenburg 
Nordflugel 8 Munchen 19 Schio 
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Buchhandlung Harri Deutsch 
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1000 Berlin 15 GERMANY WEST 

Fischer; Gustav; Verlag, 7000 S- 
Hohenheim Wollgrasweg 49 
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Hemmen; Jens & Christa Verlag; 
Buchhandlung & An, Grillparzerstr 
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WEST 

Kaufmanns; G A - Buchhandlung 
PO Box 19 30 43, Alloys-Schulte Str 
2 5300 Bonn 1 GERMANY WEST 

Lange & Springer 

Wissenschaftliche Buchan., 

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Lange & Sprlnger-Antiquariat, 
Olto-Suhr-Allee 26/28 D-1000 Berlin 
10 GERMANY WEST 

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Schulz; Hans Ferdinand Medical 
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Abt. Schriftentausch, Senckenberg- 
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Port-au-Prince HAITI 

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1187, Port-au-Prince HAITI 

HONDURAS 

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HONG KONG 

Bernard & Company. PO Box 
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Harris Book Co Promotions Dept, 
115 Prince’s Building HONG KONG 

Urban Council PubI Centre 
Promotions Dept, CLUB LUSITANO 
BLDG ICE HOUSE ST HONG KONG 

HUNGARY 

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Baja PO Box 62 HUNGARY 

INDIA 

Asiatic Society; The Dr Jagannath 
Chakravorty, 1, Park St Calcutta- 
700016 INDIA 

Chronica Botanlca Co; The. PO 
Box 9222 Delhi-92 INDIA 

Coin Shellcrafts Coin House 
Turner Rd. Bandra Bombay 50 400- 
000 INDIA 

Gupta; Ranjan & Anjan 
Antiquarian Bookseller, 22/3C, 
Gahtf St Calcutta-700 004 INDIA 

Harpa Trading Co 34-A; Surya 
Kiran, Pan Gully; Gowalia Tank 
Bombay - 400 036 INDIA 

Hirawat Bros (P) Ltd., GPO Box 
2091 Calcutta 700 001 INDIA 

Jamaliah Chank Industries 154 
East St, Kilakarai; Ramanalhapuram 
South INDIA 

SAM Mohamed Hameed Sultan 
S. 33; Kalchu Maraikayar St Kilakarai 
• 623517 Tamtinadu INDIA 


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Virjl, PO Box 6689 Bandra Bombay- 
400050 INDIA 

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202 Ujang Pandang INDONESIA 

Fadjar Timur & Co 8-10 Jatan 
Diponegoro, PO Box 58 Ujung 
Pandang (Mac INDONESIA 

IRELAND 

Sea Gem Enterprises Sea View 
House, Walerville County Kerry 
IRELAND 

ISRAEL 

Peled; Dov, Zvolon 1 KTivan 36000 
ISRAEL 

ITALY 

Acquario Naturalista Via Della 
Scrota 51. Rome ITALY 

Africa Curio Via Palmanova 189, 
20132 Milano ITALY 

Associazione Maiacologica 

Internazionale (A.M.I.), Argonauta - 
Casella Postale 45 00125 Acilia - 
ROMA ITALY 

Autius (Piazza Orsini 14) Asella 
Postale N 3. 8043 Castiglione Della 
Pescal ITALY 

Cataldo; Miko Cataldo Domenico, 
Via Circumvallazione, 183 80059 
Torre Del Greco ITALY 

Cataldo; Fratelli; SRL PO Box 156, 
Via Circumvallazione; 151 80059 
Torre del Gr ITALY 

Conchiglis Art de Leuzzi Scale 
Novi Lena; 23, 57100 Livornio ITALY 

Curiosita MT Scaglione, Copanello 
88060 Staletti ITALY 

DEA Diffusione Ed Anglo-Amer 56 
Via Pascoli, 20133 Milano ITALY 

Gemme del Mare The 
Connoisseur, PO Box 561 (Centro) 
Roma 00187 ITALY 

Hobby Fauna Via Boscovich; 61, 
20124 Milano ITALY 

La Conchigita A Comparato, PO 
Box 93 30015 Chioggia Venice 
ITALY 

La Conchiglia Magazine Mrs Kety 
Nicotay, Via Cesare Federici; 1 
00147 Roma ITALY 

Laboratorio Naturalistico PO Box 
156, 96100 Siracusa ITALY 

Liberia NaturalisL Bolognese 
Piero Piani, Via Emilia Levante 35/A 
CP2224-40139 Bolog ITALY 

Malachia Vicolo del Bosco; 3, 
40100 Bologna ITALY 

Nautilus-Mr Vittorio BottaccI 
Piazza Orsini 14 PO Box 3, 58043 
Castiglione de Pescaia (Grosseto) 
ITALY 

Raffaele; De Martino Via Molino 
Ronchin; 7, 30170 Zelarino (Venice) 
ITALY 

Savelli Shells • Riccardo 
Giannuzzi Savelli, Via Mater 
Dolorosa 54 Palermo 90146 ITALY 

Talassa Via Diodora Slculo; 11, 
CPN 156 96100 Siracusa ITALY 

Yachting 77 Via Broletto 28. 20121 
Milano ITALY 

JAMAICA 

Poseidon Nemrod Dtvers LTD. PO 
Box 152 Reading; St James 
JAMAICA W.l. 

JAPAN 

Crandall; Phillip R 1800 Parkside 
Terrace. Kitanakagusuku Okinawa 
JAPAN 901-23 

Fujisawa Trading Co PO Box 5, 
Fujisawa 251 Kanagawa JAPAN 

Habu; Shingo P.O. Box 3-3-6, 
Gobo Post Office Wakayama 644 
JAPAN 

Kaigai Publications Inc PO Box 
5020 Tokyo Interna. Tokyo 100-31 
JAPAN 


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Kanda Book Trading Co Zenzo 
Ishimura, President, Tanikawa 
Bldg.; 3-2 Kanda Surugadai 
Chiyoda- Tokyo JAPAN 101 

Kina Shells Nakadomari; On- 
Nason. Okinawa Main Id; 904-04 
JAPAN 

Komiyama Shoten 1-7; Kanda 
Jimbocho, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 
JAPAN 

Kosuge; Dr Sadao 6-36 Micoricho 
3 chome, Tanashi City Tokyo 
JAPAN 188 

Mack’s Diving of Japan, 2-18-34 
Nishiki Naka; Nagoya JAPAN 460 

Maruna Shell Co 19-17; 4-chome; 
Mita, Minato-ku Tokyo JAPAN 

Maruzen Company Ltd PO BOX 
5050, TOKYO INTERNATIONAL 100- 
31 JAPAN 

Matsumura & Co, 7, 1-Chome, 
Kanda Jimbocho, Chiyoda-ku, 
Tokyo JAPAN 101 

Motoi; Masao Demizu, Karasuma 
Kyoto JAPAN 

Ninomiya Biological Laborator Mr 
Taizo Ninomiya, 10-12 Himonya-2 
Meguro-Ku Tokyo JAPAN 152 

Sea Topia Pro Diving Center Inc, 
593 Isa Ginowan City Okinawa 
JAPAN 

Takashell Co Inc Yoshiyuki 
Takahagi, PO Box 14 Kashiwara 
Osaka 582 JAPAN 

Toba Aquarium Toba 3-3-6; Toba 
City, Mie Prefecture; 517 JAPAN 

Wako Shoji Corporation Wako 
Yosho-Hambai K.K., Togo Bldg. 1 - 
5-7, Yagumo Meguro-ku, Tokyo 
JAPAN 152 

Yamada Biological Co Hata 868, 
Oyamada-mura; Ayama-gun Mie 
518-14 JAPAN 

Yuhara Sheli-Crafter 16-4; 3- 

chome; Habikigaok, Habikino-shi; 
Osaka JAPAN 

KENYA 

Jethabhal; Sultanali M P.O. Box 
82267, Mombasa KENYA 

Naushad Trading Co Mr A Virjl, 
PO Box 81135 Mombasa KENYA 

OceanCraft Enterprises T.E. 
Sheikh. PO Box 80822 Mombasa 
KENYA 

KINGDOM OF TONGA 

Kauvaka; Ahoia Storekeeper, 
Ta'anea Vava'u’ KINGDOM OF 
TONGA 

KOREA 

Lee; Kyusui Korea Micrographics, 
Gwang-Hwa-Mun POB81 Seoul 
Korea 

MALAYSIA 

Bililand Enterprises 28 Hala 
Taman Tambun Satu, Tambum 
Ipoh Perak MALAYSIA 

Seaspray Marine Specimens PO 
Box 180, Katong Post Office 
Singapore 10 MALAYSIA 

MALTA 

Divewise Services Ltd Dragonara 
Water Sport Cen, St Julians MALTA 

Scerri; V ’La Conchiglia’ Garden 
Cr, The Gardens St Julians MALTA 

MARTINIQUE 

Hachette Antilles BO PASTEUR BP 
523, 97206 FORT DE FRANCE 
MARTINIQUE 

MEXICO 

AA1 Scuba Cancun, PO Box 517 
Cancun Quintana Roo MEXICO 
77500 

Aqua Tours, PO Box 528 Cancun 
Quintana Roo MEXICO 77500 

Austin; Lynn Qalerla De Arte Ana, 
Ave Riveroll 122 Ensenada Baja Cali 
MEXICO 

Biblioteca del Centro Ciencia Del 
Mar y Llmnologia, Apt Postal 70- 
305 Mexico 20 D F MEXICO 


Cabo Acuadeportes SJV. de CV, 
PO Box 136 Cabo San Lucas BCS 
MEXICO 

Casa del Mar de Zihuatanejo, 
Paseo del Pescador #20 Local 6 
Zihuatanej Gro. MEXICO 

Cedam Dive Center, Box 1341 
Cancun Quintana Roo MEXICO 

Grupo Promoter Beta, SJ^, Malaga 
Sur 31, Col. Insurgentes Mixcoac 
Mexico DF 03920 MEXICO 

La Casona Mary Ricaud, Calle 24; 
#3 Guaymas Sonora MEXICO 

Scuba Cancun, PO Box 517 
Cancun Q. Roo 77500 MEXICO 

Sea Shell Museum Balderas 68, 
Mexico City MEXICO 

Sea Treasures Mary Ricaud, Calle 
24 #3 Guaymas Sonora MEXICO 

MOZAMBIQUE 

Mocambicana PO Box 1575, 
Lourenco Marques MOZAMBIQUE 

NEPAL 

Himalayan Excursions, GPO Box 
1221 Kathmandu NEPAL 

NETHERLANDS 

Antiquariaat Junk E R 
Schierenberg, Van Eeghenstraat 
192 -NL 1071 GA Amsterdam 
NETHERUNDS 

Brill Co.; E.J., PO Box 9000 2300 
PA Leiden NETHERLANDS 

Basteria Instituut Taxonom. ZooL, 
Universiteit van Amsterdam 
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS 

Bruele; Albert van de 
Plataanstraat 17, 4814 LA-Breda 
NETHERLANDS 

Cosmos Antiquarian Books PO 
Box 30, Kastanjelaan 3 7240 AA 
Lochem NETHERLANDS 

Entrop; C J - Editor Vita Marine, Dr 
Lelykade 39 S Gravenhage 
NETHERLANDS 

Kooyer; C Boekhandel, Nieuwel 
Rijn 15 & 16 Postbus Leiden 2401 
NETHERLANDS 

Rozenbeek Boekhandel Schouten- 
straat 2. Hilversum NETHERLANDS 

Schierenberg; Dieter, BV 
Prinsengracht 485 - 487, 1016 HP 
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS 

Tridacna M H M Engelse, 
Torenstraat 22 4365 AE Meliskerke 
NETHERLANDS 

NEW CALEDONIA 

Caldoshelis %Danietle Podleyska, 
Ibis route du Velodrome Bale de 
i’Orphelin Noumea NEW 
CALEDONIA 

Chatenay; P J M BPA2 NOUMEA 
CEDEX, SERVICE TOPOGRAPH- 
IQUE NEW CALEDONIA 

Coral Sea 38 Rue Georges 
Clemenceau, Noumea NEW 
CALEDONIA 

Dejenah Curios BP 1271, Noumea 
NEW CALEDONIA 

Fouache; Andre BP 2184, Noumea 
NEW CALEDONIA 

Melania BP 2274, Noumea NEW 
CALEDONIA 

Noumea Curios 53 Rue da 
Sebastopol, Noumea NEW 
CALEDONIA 

Ocean Distribution Alain Boutin, 
BP-917 Noumea NEW CALEDONIA 

Palais du Coquillage Patric 
Picault, BP 4726 Noumea NEW 
CALEDONIA 

NEW ZEALAND 

Gardner; M 6 Tui Glen Rd, 
Birkenhead Auckland 10 NEW 
ZEALAND 

Poirieria Ian Scott, 25 Halston Rd 
Balmoral Auckland 4 NEW ZEALAND 

Rock & Shell Shop, 130 Hereford St 
Armagh Christchurch NEW 
ZEALAND 


Seashell Supplies. PO Box 3316 
Auckland 1 NEW ZEALAND 

Westin & Co Sea Shell Factory, N- 
1890 Rakkestad NORWAY 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

Lambes; Pitalai PO Box 213, 
Kavieng; NIP PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

Milne Bay Shells Pty Ltd PO Box 
219, Alolau; Milne Bay Province 
PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

Parkinson; Brian New Guinea 
Shells (Pty) L. PO Box 3320 Lami 
PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

Tauvita Enterprises Pty Ltd Box 
1 1 96, Arawa North Solomons Pro 
PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

Tjinal Shells PO Box 108, Manus 
Island PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

PHILIPPINES 

Bevan Supplies Bue Antiporta, 
1344-A Angono St Makati Metro 
Manila PHILIPPINES 

Cartel Shell Museum Carlos 
Leobrera, 1786 A Mabini St Malate 
Manila PHILIPPINES 

Cebu’s Shell House; Inc PO Box 
642, Cebu PHILIPPINES 

Cuaton; Edgar, PO Box 855 Cebu 
City 6401 PHIUPPINES 

Czarina's Novelties 491 Pedro Gil 
cor Mabini, Ermita; Manila 
PHIUPPINES 

Damsar Specimen Shells PO Box 
358, Gov Gamins St Zamboanga 
7801 PHILIPPINES 

Dan; Victor, PO Box 1120 Manila 
PHILIPPINES 

Dayrit; Fernando G PO Box 3, UP 
Post Office; Diliman Quezon City 
3004 PHILIPPINES 

Dive Center Philippines; Inc, 2172- 
0 Pasong Tamo St Makati; Metro 
Manila PHIUPPINES 

Ertan Specimen Shells, PO Box 
267 Zamboanga City PHILIPPINES 

Far Exports, PO Box 461 Cebu City 
PHILIPPINES 

Montilla Enterprise Manuel O 
Montilla, 59 Maria Clara Quezon 
City 3008 PHILIPPINES 

Quitco Shells Export Warehous 16 
Dexter Rd, Pro] 8-A Quezon City 
PHIUPPINES 

Reina; Antonio Rt-it Trading Corp, 
PO Box 886 Cebu City 6401 
PHILIPPINES 

Shells of the Orient-Jun Bar- 
tolome %Marine Tresures &, 
Furniture; Fil-Am Friendship 
Highway - Balibago Angeles City 
PHIUPPINES 2017 

Shell Horizons PO Box 136, Ceby 
City PHIUPPINES 

Zoological Mail Order House PO 
Box 3, UP Post Office Adiliman 
Quezon City PHILIPPINES 3004 

PORTUGAL 

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Or.o 1100 Usboa PORTUGAL 

Amorim; M Gloriamaris, Apartado 
2458 1112 Lisboa Codex 

PORTUGAL 

Burnay Books Luis Pisani Burnay, 
Travessa de Sao Placido 48-B 1200 
Usboa PORTUGAL 

Livraria ASA Papelarla, R. de Avis, 
9 R. da Fabrica, 74 4004 Porto 
Codex PORTUGAL 

REPUBLIC OF CHINA 

Asia Shell Shop PO Box 59619, 
Taipei TAIWAN REPUBLIC OF 
CHINA 

Chain Yu Enterprise Co; Ltd PO 
Box 5-56 Kaohsiung, Taiwan 800 
REPUBLIC OF CHINA 

Chiang’s Shell Co Ltd PO Box 332. 
Tainan Taiwan 700 REPUBLIC OF 
CHINA 

First Asia Corporation PO Box 30- 
12, Kaohsiung Taiwan 800 
REPUBLIC OF CHINA 


Gloria Shell & Jewelry Co, Lt, PO 
Box 73-3 Taipei Taiwan REPUBLIC 
OF CHINA 

Lan; T C Western Pacific Shells, 
Box 34-35 Taipei Taiwan REPUBLIC 
OF CHINA 

Jovial Enterprises Ltd", PO Box 
1046 Taichung 400 Taiwan 
REPUBLIC OF CHINA 

Ming Ching Trading Co., Ltd. M C 
Au, Manager, PO Box 2 Taichung 
Taiwan REPUBLIC OF CHINA 

Sangshow Enterprise Co Ltd. PO 
Box 1542 Kaohsiung Taiwan 
REPUBLIC OF CHINA 

Sea Shell Enterprise Co Ltd PO 
Box 42-29 Taipei, Taipei Taiwan 
REPUBLIC OF CHINA 

Yea Der Enterprise Co; Ltd PO Box 
456, Kaohsiung Taiwan REPUBLIC 
OF CHINA 

Yung Yu Trading Co; Ltd 224 Lio 
Ho 2nd Rd, Kaohsiung Taiwan 
REPUBLIC OF CHINA 

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Panama Zona 1 REPUBLIC OF 
PANAMA 

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Dakar SENEGAL 

SINGAPORE 

Millionman Trading Co, 316 Sims 
Ave SINGAPORE 1438 

Petromer Trend Corp 06-91 Haw 
Par Glass Tower, 180 Clemenceau 
Ave SINGAPORE 0923 

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Marau, Guadalcanal SOLOMON 
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Alibaba PO Box 540, Plettenberg 
Bay 6600 SOUTH AFRICA 

Aloe Book Agency (Pty) Ltd 1 FI 
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Johannesburg SOUTH AFRICA 

Balkind's Agencies Pty PO Box 
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Chimperie Agencies Colin R 
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Manaba Beach Natal 4276 SOUTH 
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Frandsen Publishers Ltd, PO Box 
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4180 Natal SOUTH AFRICA 

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Edward 4295 SOUTH AFRICA 

Le Maitre; R 14 Picardy Ave, 
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Sharpe; Jeffrey • Rare Books & 
Maps, PO Box 261372 Excom 2023 
Johannesburg Rep. SOUTH AFRICA 

Shell Shop; The, 124 Scott St PO 
Box 176 Scottburgh 4180 SOUTH 
AFRICA 

Struik; C Strulk House; Oswald 
Piro, PO BOX 1144 CAPE TOWN 
8000 SOUTH AFRICA 

Universitas Books (Pty) Ltd PO 
Box 1557, Pretoria 0001 SOUTH 
AFRICA 

Verhoef; Mr Gordon, Box 892 Cape 
Town 8000 SOUTH AFRICA 

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France Plastique Calle Prlmera 26 
Barrio d, Santa Cruz de Tenerife 
Islas Canarias SPAIN 


Libreria Martinez Perez. Rambla 
de Cataluna, 60 Barcelona (7) SPAIN 

Navales; Berra Efectos Mayor; 8. 
San Sebastian SPAIN 

Navarro; Juan Brunet Arsenal 1 2 - 
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Tarragona SPAIN 

Rolan Mosquera; Emilio, Canovas 
del Castillo; 22; 3o F, VIGO 
(Pontevedra) SPAIN 

Univer-lnternacional; SL Sr 
Nicolas Martinez Arena. Cuesta de 
Santo Domingo; 11 Madrid - 13 
SPAIN 

SRI LANKA 

Ceylon Express 126 YMBA 
Building. Colombo 1 SRI LANKA 

Leo Shell Export Moonyeen De 
Silva, Ja-Ela Estate St Mary's Road 
Ja-Ela SRI LANKA 

Sri Lanka Seashell Gallery PO Box 
1854, NS 12 Bristol St Colombo 1 
SRI LANKA 

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Haupt; Paul; Booksellers Berne 
Booksel. Falkenplatz 14 CH-3001 
Bern SWITZERLAND 

Inter Documentation Co AG, 
Poststrasse 14 6300 Zug 

SWITZERLAND 

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Chantepoulet 2, 1201 Geneve 

SWITZERLAND 

L'Exotique Grand Rue 16, 1820 
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Merveilles De La Mer Mr 
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Chandoo; Murtaza Gutamali PO 
Box 195, Tanga TANZANIA 

Hirji; A P 8i Co PO Box 680, Dar-Es- 
Salaam TANZANIA 

Sheraz Shell Mart P.O. Box 1024, 
Tanga TANZANIA 

Shiraz Trading Company P.O. Box 
2115, Dar-Es-Salaam TANZANIA 

THAILAND 

Asia Books Co Ltd PO Box 2776, 
(221 Sukhuwvit Road) Bangkok 
THAILAND 

Charlie & Son PO Box 10-179, 
Ladprow Rd BK10 THAILAND 

Siam Sea Shells; Inc 10 Yenagart 
Road, SOI Prasartsuk Bangkok 12 
THAIU^ND 

White Lotus Co., Ltd, GPO Box 
1141 Bangkok THAILAND 

TUVALU 

Gaunt; J Craft Centre Vaiaku, 
Funafuti Island TUVALU INDIAN 
OCEA 

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Alecto Historical Editions, 46 
Kelso Place London England U.K 
W8 5QG 

Antiquarian Book Monthly Revi 52 
St Clements St, Oxford Engleind 
U.K. 0X4 1AG 

Aste; Jenny (Bookbinder) Richard 
Smith, 7 Grape Lane; Petergate 
York England U.K. 

Barbican Bookshop • York 24 
Fossgate, York England U.K. Y01 
2TA 

Barbican Bookshop -Harrowgate 1 
Franklin Road, Harrogate England 
U.K. 

Barbican Bookshop - Durham 28 
Market Place, Durham England 
U.K. 

Beech Graft Designs; Picture 
Framing (Noel Beech), 11 Grape 
Lane York England U.K Y01 2HV 

Blandford Press LINK HOU SE; 
WEST ST. POOLE; DORSETT 
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Boulton; Peter; Imports 4 Melrose 
Ave, Clifton Bristol England U.K. 
BSd 2NG 

Brisco; M J Gonville & Calus 
College, Cambridge England U.K. 
CB2 1TA 

British; Museum (NH) 

PUBLICATION (SALES). CROM- 
WELL ROAD LONDON England U.K. 
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Bumpus Haldane & Maxwell Ltd 
Subscription Agents, Olney Bucks 
England U.K. MK46 4BN 

Christie's Books. 1 Langley Ln 
London England U.K. SW8 ITH 

Christie’s Book Dept. 8 King St St 
James’s: London England U.K. 
SW1Y 6QT 

Clover Hill Editions Douglas 
Cleverdon, 27 Barnsbury Sq 
London England U.K, N1 UP 

Cole; B M & A L The Old 
Saddler's, Buckingham St York 
England U.K. Y01 IDW 

Deakin; F; Shellcraft Tregotha, 
Lansdown Close Alverton; Penzance 
England U.K. 

Duncan; Jack • Books P.B.FJ\., 36 
Fossgate York England U.K. Y01 
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Eaton’s Shell Shop F Mayer, 16 
Manetle St London England U.K. 
W1V 5LB 

Europa Publications Ltd., 18 
Bedford Square London England 
U.K. WCIB 3JN 

Geology Today Blackwell 
Scientific Pubs, PO Box 88 Oxford 
England U.K. 

Gloucester Road Bookshop, 123 
Gloucester Rd South Kensington L 
England U.K. SW7 4TE 

Goodramgate Books, Maps & 

Prints, 58 Goodramgate York 
England U.K. YOl 2TA 

Grant; Elizabeth - Bookseller 52 
High St, Thames Ditton Surrey 
England U.K. 

Grayling Books David A H 
Grayling, Lyvennet; Crosby 

Ravensworih Penrith; Cumbria 

England U.K. CA10 3JP 

Guinness Superlatives Ltd 2 Cecil 
Ct, London Rd Enfield; Middlesex 
England U.K. EN2 7DJ 

Gurney; R D; Ltd - Antiquar. 
Booksellers- 23 Camden St, 
Kensington Church St London 
England U.K. W8 7EP 

Hampshire Micro, 57 New Market 
Sq. Basingstoke; Hamps England 
U.K. RG21 IHW 

Henderson; John (Bookbinder), 70 
Micklegale York England U.K. Y01 
ILF 

House of Shells 212 Kings Road 
Arches. Brighton England U.K. BN1 
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Inch Books, 39 Low Petergate York 
England U.K. 

Inch’s Books P.B.FA. Peter Inch & 
Janet Ray, 3 St Paul's Square York 
England U.K. Y02 4BD 

Jay Books D & J Brayford. 1 Roull 
Grove Edinburgh Scotland U.K. 
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Jersey Shell Museum 42 Fort 
George, Guernsey Channel Islands 
England U.K. 

Johnson; Andrew - Books. 23. 
Reynes Drive, Oakley Bedford 
England U.K. MK43 7SD 

Judkins; Walter; Shellcraft 46 
Hyde Road. Roade Northampton 
England U.K. NN7 2LU 

Karrox; Ltd The Resolution 2; 
Crescent Place. Whitby North 
Yorkshire England U.K. YO 

Longman - Mrs Janet Brown 
BURNT MILL. HARLOW; ESSEX 
England U.K. CM20 2JE 


Martin; Philip; Music Books, 22 
Huntington Road York England U.K. 
Y03 7RL 

Maynard and Bradley P.B.FJV., 48 
Edendale Road Melton Mowbray 
Leics. England U.K. 

McDowell; Daniel - Books, 3 & 5 
Grape Lane York England U.K. 

Minster Gates; The; Bookshop 
Nigel Wallace, 8 Minster Gates York 
England U.K. 

Morris; Philip P.B.FJV., 41 
Fossgate York England U.K. 

National Museum of Wales 
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Wales U.K. CF1 3NP 

Pandion Books L & P L Wray. 10 
Carr Close Thirsk North Yorks 
England U.K. 

Phelps; Michael Antiquarian 
Books, 19 Chelverton Rd Putney, 
London England U.K. SW15 

Precioushelis 2A Vant Road. 
London England U.K. SW17 8TJ 

Prov Booksellers Fairs Assoc, 111 
Park Road New Barnet; Herts. 
England U.K. EN4 9QR 

Schuster; Thomas E Antiquarian 
Books &Prints, 14 Maddox St 
London England U.K. WlR 9PL 

Sotheby's Book Dept, 34-35 New 
Bond St London England U.K. W1A 
2AA 

Spelman; Ken; ABA; PBFA Tony 
Fothergill, 70 Micklegate York 
England U.K. YOl ILF 

Stern; Jeffrey Antiquarian 
bookseller, Rose Cottage: 
Heslington Vil. York England U.K. 
YOl 5DX 

Stillwell; Colin (Books), 25 
Fossgate York England U.K. YOl 
2TA 

Sunderlar>d Central Library 
Borough Rd, Sunderland England 
U.K. 

Symington Bookbinders, 3 Coffee 
Yard, Off Stonegate York England 
U.K. YOl 2AR 

Taikoo Books Ltd David Chilton, 
29 High Petergate York England 
U.K. 

Thornburgh Gallery PBFA %Carter 
Toll Antiques, 15 Grape Lane York 
England U.K. 

Tropical Shells Co; Ltd 22 Preston 
Road. Brighton Sussex England 
U.K. BN1 40E 

Unwin; E W 6 Shore Ln. Upton 
Poole Dorset England U.IC BH16 
SEP 

Walford (Booksellers): GW 186 
Upper St, Islington London England 
U.K. N1 1RH 

West Country Enterprises %P L 
Cobbledick, Rosemarrin Box 12; 
Maer Bude Cornwall England U.K. 

Wheldon & Wesley; Ltd Lytton 
Lodge, Codicole nr Hitchin; Herts. 
England U.K. SG4 STE 

Worldwide Seashells Afrasian 
Imports, 2 Kneesworth St Royston; 
Herts. England U.K. SG8 SA 

York Antiquarian Booksellers The 
Honorable Secretary, 25 Fossgate 
York England U.K. Y01 2TA 

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Maropa Bookshop PO Box 210, 
Vila VANUATU 

V\/EST INDIES 

Ambassadors Inn Diving Resort, 
PO Box 1789 Grand Cayman 
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Bob Soto's Diving; Ltd Scuba 
Centre, PO Box 1801 Grand 
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AMU News published by the Ameri- 
can Malacological Union, Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Paula M. 
Mikkelsen, Harbor Branch Founda- 
tion, Inc., RR 1, Box 196, Fort Pierce, 
FL 33450. Published twice yearly 
along with the Bulletin and avail- 
able with membership. Rales: Reg- 
ular S20; Corresponding (outside 
Western Hemisphere) S23 surface, 
$26 air; Student $15; Affiliate (insti- 
tutional) $22 - $28. Format: 215 x 
280 mm, about 16 pages per issue, 
corner-stapled. 

Apex & Arion, Editor R. Duchamps. 
Write M.J. Buyle, Av. M. Maeterlinck. 
56, bte 8, Bruxelles. Belgium B- 
1030. Two publications from the 
Belgian Malacological Society. 

Argonata, The International Jour- 
nal of Malacology. Published by 
Associazione Malacologica Inler- 
nazionale (A.M.I.), Editor. Roberto 
Ubeldi. English and Italian parallel 
edition. Published in 6 numbers 
per year starling, 1985. Number 1, 
separate, and Nos. 2-3 together. 
60 pages in the first 3 numbers with 
excellent color. Format 210 x 295 
mm, saddle-stitched. Rates: 

Seamail $16; Airmail: Europe, 
Americas. Asia, Africa $20; Australia 
& Pacific $23 per 6 numbers. 

Australian Shell News. Published 
quarterly by the Malacological Soci- 
ety of Australia. Format; 190 x 255 
mm, 8-12 pages per issue. Pro- 
vided along with the annual Journal 
of the Malacological Society of 
Australiafor the annual membership 
fee of AS 13. 


Basteria Published in 6 issues per 
year at $20 per year. Editor: Dr. H.E. 
Coomans, Inslituut voor 

Taxonomische Zoologie, Zoologisch 
Museum, Postbus 20125 - 1000 HC, 
Amsterdam, Netherlands. 

Community Science, Is published 5 
limes a year by the Math/Science 
Nucleus, 3710 Yale Way, Fremont, 
CA 94538. Individual subscription 
rate Is $5.00 per year. Membership 
(regular) $10.00 per year. Import- 
ant source of information and 
materials for life and physical sci- 
ence teaching. 

Gloria Maris tijdschrift uitgegeven 
door de Belgtsche Vereniging 
voor Conchyiiologie V.Z.W., pub- 
lished bimonihly, by the Belgian 
society for conchology. Format: 
150 X 215mm, about 28 pages per 
issue. Subscription $16 US to the 
Belgian Society for Conchology. 
610-4465950-64 Handelsbank, 
Antwerp, Belgium. Bank costs 
must be paid by the applicant or you 
may subscribe through S&SL 

Hawaiian Shell News, An educa- 
tional publication of the Hawaiian 
Malacological Society, P.O. Box 
10391, Honolulu. HI 96816. Pub- 
lished monthly, 8-16 pages per issue 
with color 2-3 limes per year. For- 
mat 215 X 280 mm, loose. Rates: 
First Class $20; Airmail $24.50 to 29; 
Bulk mail to US Zip codes $16. 

Heldia, Muenchner Malacologische 
Mitterlungen. Editor Gerhard 
Falkner, Postfach 26 01 23. 8000 
Munich, West Germany. 

tberus, Revista de la Sociedad 
Espanola de Malacologia. 
Annual volume published by the 
Sociedad Espanola de Malacologia, 
c/o Museo Nacional de Ciencias 
Naturales, P° de la Castellana, 80 
Madrid 6, Spain. Format: 170 x 
242 mm, volume 4 (1984) 136 
pages, perfectbound. At last word, 
the volume was available by airmail 
for $20 per year. 

Informative SBM. Published by 
the Sociedade Brasileira de 
Malacologia, Departamento de 
Zoologia, Instituto de Biociencias, 
U.S.P.. C.P. 20.520, CEP 01000, Sao 
Paulo-SP, Brazil. Published 

monthly. Editor Kaoru Hiroki. 
Portugese language. Format 150 x 
210 mm, about 20 pages per issue, 
1 color plate. No pricing informa- 
tion available. 

Isopod Newsletter. New publication 
for amphipod and tanaidacean work- 
ers. Contact; Dr. Brian Kensley, NHB 
Stop 163, Smithsonian Institution, 
Washington, DC 20560. 

Journal of the Malacological Soci- 
ety of Australia. Published by the 
Malacological Society of Australia, 
c/o Queensland Museum, Gregory 
Terrace, Fortitude Valley, 
Queensland 4006, Australia. For- 
mat: 175 X 245 mm, side-stitched 
and wrap cover, about 96p. per issue 
and 4 issues per volume. Each 
year includes 4 issues (usually over 
a two-year period). Rales: AS13 per 
year which includes the Journal and 
Australian Shell News. 

Keppel Bay Tidings. Published by 
the Keppel Bay Shell Club, P.O. Box 
5166, Rockhampton Mail Centre. 
Queensland. 4702. Quarterly avail- 
able with membership in the Kepple 
Bay Shell Club. AS15 per year, air- 
mail also available. Format 220 x 
200 mm. 8 pages per issue. Excel- 
lent halftone illustrations. 

La Conchiglia, The Shell. Pub- 
lished by Mrs. Kety Nicolay, Via C. 
Federici, 1, 00147 ROMA (Italy). 
English or Italian editions. Two 
numbers included in each issue. 
Normally 6 issues per year, each 32 
pages with excellent color. Format 
210 X 300 mm. saddle-stilched. 
Rates: Seamail: US $20 anywhere in 
the world; Airmail; N. & S. America, 
Africa & Asia $30, Australia & 
Polynesia $35 per year. 


Las Conchas, Meeting Notice and 
Newsletter of Pacific Shell Club. 
Monthly publication edited by John 
T. Boyd, 11813 Morning Ave., 
Downey, CA 90241. Available with 
club membership. No rates avail- 
able. Format: 215 x 280 mm, 
about 8 pages per month. 

PS-PRI News, Quarterly newsletter 
of The Paleontological Society and 
The Paleontological Research Insti- 
tution. Available with membership in 
the Paleontological Research Insti- 
tution, 1259 Trumansburg Rd., 
Ithaca, NY 14850-1398. 

Rossiniana, Bulletin de I'Assocla- 
tion Conchyliologique de 
Nouvelle-Caledonie, B.P. 146, 18, 
rue Henri-Bonneaud. Noumea, New 
Caledonia. French and English 
text. Quarterly, 32 pages per issue, 
color in part. Format 210 x 300 
mm, saddle-stilched. Rates: Air- 
mail $20 or 110 FrF. Checks not 
on New Caledonian bank in francs 
must add $8.00. You may sub- 
scribe through S&SL 

SCAMIT Newsletter, published 
monthly by the Southern California 
Association of Marine Invertebrate 
Taxonomists, 3720 Stephen White 
Drive, San Pedro, California 90731. 
Contact them for subscription rates. 

Shells and Sea Life is published 
monthly by Steve and Sally Long, 
1701 Hyland St., Bayside, CA 95524. 
Format is 8-1/2“ x 11“ (215 x 
280mm). Currently in volume 18 
(1966). Subscription rate is $20 
annually for U.S. postal zip codes, 
$25 overseas, $35 airmail. 

Shell and Tell, Gulf Coast Shell 
Club, issued bimonthly. Editors: Jim 
& Linda Brunner, P.O. Box 8180, 
Southport, FL 32409, (904) 265- 
5557. 

Suncoast Shorelines. Published 
bimonthly by the Suncoast 
Conchologists, Editor Bob Pierson, 
P.O. Box 1564, Palm Harbor, FL 
34273-1564. Format 215 x 280 
mm, about 12 pages per issue. 
Rates: $10 with membership. 

Texas Conchotogist. Publication 
of the Houston Conchological Soci- 
ety. Members of the society 
receive the quarterly, format 5.5 x 
8.5", saddle-stitched. Contact mem- 
bership chairman: Lonnie M. Hobbs, 
Rt. 4, Box 500, Alvin, TX 77511. 
Single membership - $9.00, insti- 
tutional subscription - $10.00. 

The Connoisseur of seashells. 
Published by Dr. Luigi Raybaudi 
Massilia, P.O. Box 561, ROMA 
(00187) Italy. English and Italian 
parallel edition. Published 

bimonthly, 6 numbers per year. 
Issue no. 5 (September, 1985) is 36 
pages with excellent color. Format 
200 X 265 mm, saddle-stilched. 
Rates: Surface $18; Airmail $24; 
Sample copy $4; Backnumber $5. 
The Connoisseur is primarily a 
sales catalog for specimen sea- 
shells. 

The Feslivus. Publication of the 
San Diego Shell Club, Editor, Carole 
M. Hertz, 3883 Ml. Blackburn Ave., 
San Diego. CA 92111. Issued 
monthly except December. For- 
mat: 215 X 280 mm, 8-16 pages per 
issue, corner-stapled. Membership 
and subscription $7 in US; $10 over- 
seas surface mail. Halftone illustra- 
tions. 

The Journal of Molluscan Studies. 
Published by Oxford University 
Press. Walton Street, Oxford, U.K 
0X2 6DP. Published three times a 
year. Subscription rates for 1986 • 
$70. 

The Nautilus, published by the 
Trophon Corporation, P.O. Box 
3430. Silver Spring. MD 20901-0340. 
Editor: Dr. M.G. 'Jerfy* Harasewych. 
Quarterly publication. Rates; $15 
US; $18 foreign; $20 institutional. 
Format: 215 x 265 mm. 36-48 pages 
per issue. Saddle-stitched with heavy 
cover. Includes halftones and 
occasionally color. 



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The Polychaete Research Newslet- 
ter, published several limes each 
year by: Chris Mettam, Department 
of Biology, University College. 
Cardiff CF1 1XL, Wales, U.K. 
Informal publication that provides for 
communication between polychaete 
workers. Any topic pertinent to 
polychaetes is of interest to the 
newsletter. Most of the topics con- 
cern work being done in the North- 
eastern Atlantic associated with 
Great Britain. 

The Shell-O-Gram, published by 
the Jacksonville Shell Club, Inc., 
1010 N. 24th Stai Jacksonville Beach, 
FL 32250. Published bi-monthly, 
8.5 X 11" format, corner-stapled, 14 
pages in issue seen. Club 
membership fees; S10 family; $8.00 
individual, includes the 6 issues 
each year. 

The Slit Shell. Newsletter of the 
Indianapolis Shell Club, Paula D. 
Knoebel, Editor, 3846 Woodridge 
Court, Plainfield, IN 46168. Pub- 
lication sent to members of the club. 

The Veliger. ISSN 0042-3211, A 
quarterly published by the California 
Malacozoological Society, Inc., c/o 
Department of Zoology, University of 
California, Berkeley, California 
94720. Format 215 x 280mm. Sub- 
scription rates for volume 28 are $22 
for affiliate members and $44 for 
institutions and non-members. 
Overseas postage is $3 additional. 

Tide-Ings, The newsletter of the 
Crown Point Shell Collectors 
Study Group, Inc. Newsletter 
editor, Carol Bodine, Box 462, 
Crown Point, IN 46307. ?12 

numbers per year with club member- 
ship. Format: 215 x 280 mm, 6 
pages, corner stapled. 

Tulane Studies in Geology and 
Paleontology, is published by the 
Department of Geology, Tulane 
University, New Orleans, LA 70118. 
Editors: Herbert C. Skinner & Emily 
H. Vokes. Published quarterly, 173 x 
252mm, saddle-stitched. Subscrip- 
tion rate: $20.00 per year. 

Underwater, The Diver's Journal. 
Published by Neville Coleman's Sea 
Australia Productions Pty. Ltd., P.O. 
Box 419, Caringbah, NSW 2229, 
Australia. English language quar- 
terly. Standard journal size, about 
84 pages with the finest color I have 
seen anywhere. Includes a lot of 
good articles and photos on the 
marine life of Australian waters. 
Subscriptions: in Australia ASIS; 
elsewhere AS25 per year. 

Underwater Naturalist, Quarterly 
journal of the American Littoral Soci- 
ety, Highlands, NJ 07732. Approx. 
8vo size with good photos and 
articles primarily on East Coast mar- 
ine life. Available, along with 
newsletters, with membership in the 
society at $20 per year. 


Club Directory 


A.RJ^.H. {Association de Recherche 
et d’Applications pour 

I’Heliciculture), "La Bertrande", 
Fuslerouau • 32400 Riscle, France 

Algoa Bay Conchological Club, 
%31 Northumberland Rd, Kabega 
Park, Port Elizabeth 600. SOUTH 
AFRICA 

American Littoral Society, High- 
lands, NJ 07732. Phone {201} 291- 
0055, meets annually 

American Malacological Union, 
Inc., The. Constance E. Boone, 
Recording Secretary, 3706 Rice 
Blvd., Houston, TX 77005. Meets 
annually. 

Association Conchyliologique de 
Nouvelle Caledonie, J P Aillaud, BP 
146 - 18 Rue Henri Bonneaud, 
Noumea, NEW CALEDONIA. Meets 
every Tuesday at 7PM. 


Association Francaise de 

Conchologie, 50 Rue Richer. Paris, 
9 FRANCE 

Association of Systematic 
Collections. Museum of Natural 
History, University of Kansas, 
Lawrence, KS 66045 

Associazione Picena di 

Malacologia, Via Adriatica Nord, 
126, 63012 Cupra Maritima (A.P.), 
Italy 

Astronaut Trail Shell Club. PO Box 
515, Melbourne, FL 32935. Meets 
4th Wednesday except December, 
7:30PM, American Bank Bldg., 

Babcock & Apollo Sts. 

Atlantic City Shell Collectors, c/o 
Janet Perella, Mayfair Apts. #2E, 
3700 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City, NJ 
08401 

Auckland Shell Club, c/o 9 Otakau 
Road, Milford, Ausckland 9, New 
Zealand. Meets 3rd Thursday 
7:30PM at the Auckland Museum. 

Austin Paleo Society, Jean 

Whiteley, 1807 W 39th St, Austin, TX 
78731 

Austin Shell Club, c/o Don O'Neill, 
1620 Edgemere, F^lugerville, TX 
78660. Meets Austin Nature Center, 
401 Deep Eddy Ave. 

Belgian Society for Conchology, 
p/a Jean Wuyts, Koningsarendiaan 
82, B-2100 Duerne, Belgium. 

Meetins 1st Sunday, Stella Maris, 
Halislei 72, Antwerp 

Bermuda Shell Club, c/o H. 
Benson Andriance, Coolpoel, Shelly 
Bay, Bermuda. 

Border and Transkei Group, 2nd 
Friday each month. East London 
Museum, c/o Noggs Newman, 42 
Irvine Rd., East London, South 
Africa. 

Boston Malacological Club, Meets 
1st Tuesday each month at 8 pm. 
Museum of Comparative Zoology at 
Harvard, Oxford St, Cambridge, 
Massachusetts. Information c/o 
Charlotte Michaelson, Secretary, 77 
Union St., Newton Centre, MA 02159 

Brisbane Branch, Malacological 
Society of Australia, c/o Queens- 
land Museum, Queensland Cultural 
Centre, P.O. Box 300, South 
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 
4101. Meets 1st Tuesday each 
month at the Queensland Cultural 
Centre. 

British Shell Collectors Club, The, 
7 King Johns Road, North 
Warnborough, Odiham, Hampsh., 
U.K, 3 meetings per year at Napier 
Hall, Hyde Place, Westminster, 
London, Show last Saturday in 
October. 

Broward Shell Club, P O Box 
10146, Pompano Beach, FL 33061 

Burnett Shell Discussion Group, 
c/o B. Heidke, M.S. 108, Heidke's 
Rd, Bundabera, Queensland, Aust- 
ralia 4670, Meets monthly. 

Cairns Shell Club, P.O. Box 1735, 
Cairns, Old., Australia 4870. Meets 
2nd Friday, 8 pm, Cairns Education 
Centre. 

Cape Town Group, c/o Mrs Ruth 
Sacs, 6 Wesley Rd. Observatory, 
South Africa 7925 

Central Florida Shell Club, 
%Orlando Science Center, 810 E 
Rollins Ave, Orlando, FL 32803. 
Meets 2nd Tuesday, 7:30PM 

Central Pennsylvania Beachcom- 
bers, c/o RD #2, Box 125, Bernville, 
PA 19506. Meets 2nd Tuesday, 
Mar., June, Sep., Dec. at Communi- 
ty Center, Elizabethtown, PA. 

Centro Italiano dl Studi 
Maiacotogicl • C.I.S.MJ^., c/o 

Museo Civico di Zoologia, Via V. 
Aldfovandi 16, 00197 Roma, Italy. 
Meetings monthly. 

Centro Portugese Activ 
Subaquatics, Dept. Malacologia, 
Rua Janelas Verdes, 37, 1200 

Lisboa, Portugal 


Centro Studi Collezionismo, 
Associazione-Malacologia, Via 
Fleschi. 8-13, 16121 Genova, ITALY 

Champaign (Illinois) Shell Club, 
c/o 606 W. While, Champaign, IL 
61820 

Chicago Herpetological Society, 
Affiliated Chicago Acad., 2001 North 
Clark St, Chicago, IL 60614 

Chicago Shell Club, c/o Carol 
Achterhof, 4248 Saratoga, K-311. 
Downer’s Grove, IL 60515 

Chicago Shell Club % Field, 
Museum of Natural History, 
Roosevelt Rd & Lake Shore Dr, 
Chicago, IL 60605 

Chicago Zoological Society, Gail 
Schneider, 3300 S. Golf Road, 
Brookfield, IL 60513 

Chico Shell Club, Mrs John J 
Slattery, 106 Terrace Dr, Chico, CA 
95926 

Chinese Society of Malacology, 
Institute of Oceanology of the 
Academia Sinica, oingdao 

(Tsingtao), Peoples Republic of 
China. 

Chiton Club Netherlands, P.O. Box 
84222, 2508 AE Den Haag, The 
Netherlands 

Christchurch Shell Club, Inc, 

Secretary - 10 Greers Road, 

Christchurch 4, NEW ZEALAND. 
Meets 1st Tuesday at St. Johns 
Church, Latimer Square. 

Cincinnati Shell Club, 6285 Dawes 
Lane, Cincinnati, OH 45230. Meets 
1st Wednesday, University of 
Cincinnati Medical Center. 

Cincinnati Shell Club, 7757 E 
Galbraith Road, Cincinnati, OH 
45243 

Cleveland Shell Club, P.O. Box 
462, Northfield, OH 44067. Meets 
Jan., Mar., May, Sep., Nov., 

Cleveland Museum Natural History. 

Cleveland Shell Club, 30 Park 
Lane, Chagrin Falls, OH, 44022 

Club Conchylia, Am Steinern Kreuz 
50, D-6100 Darmstadt, West 

Germany. Meets annually in 
October. 

Coastal Bend Shell Club, Meets 
4th Tuesday September-May at 
7:30PM, Corpus Christi Museum, 
1919 N Water St, Corpus Christi, TX 
78401. Write c/o 1900 N. Chaparral, 
Corpus Christi, TX 78401. 

Conchological Club of Southern 
California, Los Angeles County 
Museum of Natural History, 900 
Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 
90007. Meets 1st Monday monthly at 
7:30PM. 

Conchological Section of the 
Buffalo Museum of Science, c/o 
Mrs Diana Wandyez, 8905 Hurlbert 
Ln, Clarence, NY 14031. Meets 2nd 
Monday at Museum. Humboldt 
Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14211 

Conchological Section Royal 
Zoological Society of New South 
Wales; %Dee L Beechey, 
%Australian Museum, PO Box A285 
Sydney, South, NSW AUSTRALIA 
2000 

Conchological Society of Great 
Britain and Ireland, The, c/o Dr. 
Julia D. Nunn, 24, Park Hill Court, 
Assiscombe Road, Croydon, Surrey, 
England, U.K. CRO SPG. Meets 3rd 
Saturday October-May, 2:30PM 
Demonstration Room, British 
Museum {Natural History), Cromwell 
Road, London. 

Conchological Society of 
Southern Africa, PO Box 1200, 
Cape Town 8000, SOUTH AFRICA 

Conchological Society of 
Southern Africa, %Mr C Bootsma, 
PO Box 211, Durbanville 7550, 
SOUTH AFRICA 


Conchological Society of South- 
ern Africa. The. meets monthly. 
Durban & District Group, c/o Mrs 
Dawn van der Walt, 40 Madeline Rd., 
Morningside, Durban, South Africa 
4001 

Conchological Society. of 
Southern Africa. Mrs A L 
Vandenburg, PO Box 68204, 
Bryanston, 2021 SOUTH AFRICA 

Conchological Society of 
Southern Africa. Port Elizabeth 
Group, c/o Mrs Anne Butler, 20 
Erasmus Rd, Summerstrand, Port 
Elizabeth, South Africa 6001 

Conchological Society of 
Southern Africa. Pretoria Group, 
%TR Duncan, 131 Burger Ave, 
Verwoerdburg; 0140, SOUTH 
AFRICA 

Conchological Society of 
Southern Africa, Pietermaritzburg 
Group, %Mr M I Armstrong, 195 
Bloom St, Pietermaritzburg 3, 
SOUTH AFRICA 

Conchological Society of 
Southern Africa, Port Shepstone 
Group, %Mr M Borland, PO Sea Park 
4241, SOUTH AFRICA 

Conchologists of America, Inc. 
%1116 N Street, Tekamah, NE 
68061. Meets annually. 

Connecticut Shell Club, c/o 
Peabody Museum, Yale University, 
New Haven, CT 06501 

Connecticut Valley Shell Club, c/o 
Earl Reed. Springfield Museum of 
Science, 236 State St., Springfield, 
MA 01130 

Crown Point Shell Collectors 
Study Group, Inc., P.O. Box 462, 
Crown Point, IN 46307. Meets 4th 
Sunday, 2 pm, Carnegie Center. 

Deep Sea Friends, c/o "Jennifer" 
Liedna Str., Fgura, Malta 

Delaware Valley Paleo Society, 
Mike Balsai, 4607 Spruce St, 
Philadelphia, PA 19139 

Desert Shell Club, Natural History 
Museum - University of Nevada, 
4505 South Maryland Parkway, Las 
Vegas. NV 89154 

Deutsche Malakozoologische 
Gesellschaft, Forschungsinstitute 
Senckenberg, Senckenberganlage 
25, D-6000 Frankfurt 1, West 

Germany 

Fiji Shell Club, PO Box 5031, 
Raiwaga, Suva, FIJI 

Florida Keys Shell Club, c/o R. 
Mikkelsen, Cudjoe Gardens, 120 - 
7th Ave., Summerland Key, FL 
33042 

Fort Myers Shell Club, c/o LaVerne 
Weddle, 1936 Coronado Road, Fort 
Myers, FL 33901 

Fort Myers Beach Shell Club, c/o 
Charles Vertefeuilte, 2094A Estero, 
Ft. Myers Beach, FL 33931 

Fossil Shell Research Group, %T 
Nashikawa, 1-5-8 Okano; Nishi-ku, 
Yokohama, JAPAN 220 

Fossils for Fun. 931 El Dorado 
Way, Sacramento, CA 95819-3507 

Galveston Shell Club, PO Box 
2072, Galveston, TX 77553-2072 

Geological Society; The, 
Burlington House, Picadilly, London, 
England U.K. WiV OJU 

Georgia Shell Club, c/o Gary D & 
Earlene Gordon, 112 Tina Or, 
Warner Robins, GA 31093 

Greater Miami Shell Club, Inc, c/o 
Stanley Phillips, 1955 Ixora Road, 
North Miami, FL 33181. Meets 4th 
Wednesday at Rosenthiel School 
M.A.S., 4600 Rickenbacker 

Causeway, Virginia Key. 

Greater St Louis Shell Club, 
Museum Science & Nature. Oak 
Knoll Park, St Louis, MO 63105 

Greater Tampa Shell Club, c/o 
4800 S. Renellie, Tampa, FL 33611. 
Meeds 3rd Thursday. Good 
Shepherd Lutheran Church, 501 S. 
Dale Mabry. Tampa. 


Grupo Neptuno, c/o Antonio Celso 
Guimares Prado. Caixa Postal 28. 
Mogi das Cruzes/SP. Brasil CEP 
08701 

Guam Shell Club, Capt Alex Roth, 
Jr, PO Box 7867, Tamuninq, GU 
96911 

Gulf Coast Shell Club, 2nd 
Tuesday each month, 6:30 pm, 
Panama City Junior Museum, 
Panama City. Florida. 925 Rosemont 
Dr., Panama City, FL 32405 

Hanshin Shell Club. 1-41 Ohama- 
cho, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyogo-ken, 
662, Japan. Meets 3rd Sunday 
monthly. 

Hawaiian Malacological Society, 
Inc., PO Box 10391, Honolulu, HI 
96816. Meets 1st Wednesday, First 
United Methodist Church. 

Hawaiian Malacological Society, 
Junior Division, P.O. Box 19000-A; 
1525 Bernice St., Honolulu, HI 
96819 

Heart of America Shell Club, c/o 
David V. Quemada, 4814 NW 83rd 
Terrace. Kansas City, MO 64151. 

Hellenic Shell Club. %Ag Dimitriou 
18, Kiffisia. Greece 

Hiroshima Kairui Danwakai, 
%Mukaishima Marine Biolog, 
Mukaishima-cho, Hiroshima, JAPAN 
722 

Hokkaido Shell Club, c/o Mr. 
Kiyoshi Ito, 4-12-6 Hanazona, Otaru- 
shi, Hokkaido, Japan 047. 

Hong Kong Shell Society, Flat C2; 
No 5, Smouson Hill Rd West, nr 
Aberdeen, HONG KONG or P.O. Box 
9167 GPO; Hong Kong. 

Houston Conchological Society, 
meets fourth Wednesday of August - 
November and January - April in the 
Azalea Room of the Houston Garden 
Center in Hermann Park. Contact 
membership chairman; Lonnie 
Hobbs. (713) 585-3031. Rt. 4. Box 
500, Alvin, TX 77511 

Indiana's First Shell Club, 404 N. 
East St., Crown Point, IN 46307. 

Indianapolis Shell Club, c/o 3846 
Woodridge Court, Plainfield, IN 
46168. Meets 3rd Sunday, Indiana 
State Museum. 

Indianapolis Shell Club, % 3507 
Whitcomb, Indianapolis, IN 46224 

Innisfail Shell Club, c/o John 
Stella, 126 Mill St, Mourilyan, 
Queensland, Australia 4854. 

Israel Malacological Society, %Dr 
H K Mienis, Kibbutz Netzer Sereni, 
70-395 ISRAEL Meetings irregular. 
Local branch meetings monthly. 

International Malacology 

Association, via Case Basse, 171, 
00216 Scilia (Roma), lllay 

Jacksonville Shell Club, Inc., 1010 
N. 24th St., Jacksonville Beach, FL 
32250. Meets monthly at 8pm at the 
Nelms Science Auditorium #2, 
Jacksonville University. 

Jersey Cape Shell Club, P.O. Box 
205, Avalon, NJ 08202 

Kauai Shell Club. %Dr W R Haas, 
PO Box 787, Lihue, HI 96766. 
?Currently inactive. 

Keppel Bay Shell Club, PO Box 
5166, Rochkampton Mail Centre, 
Queensland, Australia 4702. Meets 
4th Friday, 8 pm. Club House, 
Whitman Street, Yeppon 

Korean Society of Malacology, 
%Dr Pyung-Rim Chung, Institute 
Tropical Mecicine, Yonsei University. 
G.P.O. 8044 Seoul KOREA 

Kwajalein SCUBA Club, Shell 
Committee. Box 1750, APO San 
Francisco, CA 96555 

Kyoto Univerlsty Shell Club, %Mr 
S Okumura, 23; Kita-ichijoji Inaricho, 
Sakyo-ku; Kyoto-sh, JAPAN 606 

KyushI Kairui Danwakai. %425 
Nakarua Minami-go, Sakai-cho 
Nishisonoki-gun, Nagasaki-ken, 
JAPAN 857-22 


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La Mitra Zonata Club. CAQ Michel 
Levy, Rue Pierre Laurent, Marseille 
13006, FRANCE or c/o Jean David, 
12 Rue de Ruffi, Marseille 13006, 
France 

Limpet Club, %SJ. Palmer, 205 
Geraldine Si; St Albans, 
Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND 

Long Beach Shell Club, %Angelo 
M. Jacoboni Library, 5020 Clark 
Ave., Lakewood, CA 90712. Meets 
2nd Sunday except July. 

Long Island Shell Club, c/o Helen 
C Paul, 127 Brook St.. Geuden City, 
NY 11530. 

Louisiana Malacologlcal Society, 
Dr D V & Wanetta Caseioppo, 6678 
Esplanade Ave. Baton Rouge, LA 
70806. Meets 2nd Wednesday at 
Caseioppo’s 

Louisville Conchological Society, 
The. c/o 4008 Glenview Ave., 
Glenview, KY 40025. Meets 2nd 
Wednesday, Breckinridge Inn, Louis- 
ville. 

Malacologlcal Club of Yanbu, 
%Astorre & Morag Marinoni, Saudi 
Arabian Parsons Ltd., Construction & 
Public Works, PO Box 30167, Yanbu 
al Sinaiyah, Saudi Arabia. Meets 
monthly. 

Malacologlcal Society of Australia, 
c/o Zoology Dept., University of 
Queensland, St. Lucia. Brisbane, 
Queensland, Australia 4067. 

Malacologlcal Society of Australia, 
Inc., South Australia Branch, c/o 
South Australia Museum, North 
Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia 
5000. 

Malacologlcal Society of Australia, 
Inc., Victoria Branch, c/o Mrs E. 
Tenner, 9 Foch St. Reservoir. 
Victoria, Australia 3073. Meets 3rd 
Monday except December & 
January, Theatrette, Museum of 
Victoria. 

Malacologlcal Society of Australia, 
Inc., West Australia Shell Club, 
c/o Mollusc Dept., Western 
Australian Museum, Frauicis St.. 
Perth, Western Australia 6000. 

Malacologlcal Society of China, 
%Taiwan Museum, Taip>€i, Taiwan 
REPUBLIC OF CHINA or c^ No. 2, 
Siang Yang Road, Taipei, Taiwan, 
Republic of China. 

Malacologlcal Society of Japan, 
%National Science Museum, 3-23-1; 
Hyakunin-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 
160 JAPAN. Meetings al Ocean 
Research Institute. 

Malacologlcal Society of London, 
c/o Dr. A. Bebbington, Science 
Dept., Bristol Polytechnic, Redland 
Hall. Bristol, England, U.K. BSS 1UG 

Malacologlcal Society of Northern 
Mindanao, Cabug; Medina Misamis 
Ori, 8427 Mindanao Island, 
PHILIPPINES 

Malacologlcal Society of the 
Philippines, President Ruben 
Imoly, Department Zoology, 
University Philippines, Manila 
PHILIPPINES 

Marco Island Shell Club, PO Box 
633, Marco Island. FL 33937 

Marine Biological Association of 
the United Kingdom. The 
Laboratory, Citadel Hill Plymouth, 
Devon, England U.K. PL1 2PB 

Marlon Seashell Club, P.O. Box 
216. Marion. NC 28752 

Minnesota Society of Concholo- 
gists, c/o Stan Thompson, 1032 
111 h Ave NE, Faribault, MN 55021. 
Meets 1st Thursday, Twin City 
Federal, Minneapolis. 

Monterey Peninsula Shell Club, 
%Donna Darnell. PO Box 222655, 
Carmel. CA 93922. Meets 3rd 
Tuesday 7:30PM Allen Knight 
Maritime Museum, 550 Calle 
Principal, Monterey. 

Mount Shell Club, The. %RC 
Harwood. 12 Lodge Ave. Mount 
Maunganui. NEW ZEALAND. 
?inaclive. 


Nagoya Kairui Danwakal, %Kiyoshl 
Nakayama, 2-11 Marune-cho; 
Mi 2 uho-ku, Nagoya-shi; 467, JAPAN 

Naples Shell Club Inc. PO Box 
1991, Naples, FL, 33940 

Natal Midlands Group SACS, 
%0r Kilburn Natal Museum, Loop 
Street, Pietermaritzburg 3, SOUTH 
AFRICA 

Nashville Shell Club, c/o Michael 
E Davis, 223 Tanglewood Court, 
Nashville. TN 37211 

Natal Shell Society, c/o 21 Clark 
Rd. Flat 3, Durban, ^uth Africa 
4001 

National Capital Shell Club, c/o 
Division of Mollusks. Smithsonian 
Institution, Washington, DC 20560. 

Netherlands Malacologlcal 

Society, Nederlandse Malacolo- 
gische Vereining, %Zoological 
Museum, Postbox 20125, Amster- 
dam 1000HC. NETHERLANDS 

New York Shell Club, Meets 
second Sunday of each month, 
September through June in Room 
419, American Museum of Natural 
History, at 2PM, except for the April 
meeting which is a combined 
auction/social. Contact; Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Edna 
Christensen, 68-45 Harrow St., 
Forest Hills. NY 11375. (718) 261- 
7089. 

New York Zoological Society, 
Bronx Zoo, Bronx, NY 10460 

Niigata Shell Club. %Hitoshi 
Murayama, Ohohirota 763, 
Kashiwazaki City JAPAN 949-37 

Niugini Shell Club, P.O. Box 9229. 
Hohola, Papua New Guinea. Meets 
Monthly in Port Moresby. 

Nivosa Conchological Society, 
%15 St Joseph St, B’Kara, MALTA. 
Meets 1st Wednesday, 6:30PM. 

North Carolina Shell Club, c/o 
Barbara McIntyre, 619 Stacy St, 
Raleigh. NC 27607 

North Texas Conchological 
Society, c/o Pat Lockhart, 804 
Westbrook Dr., Piano, TX 75075. 
Meets 3rd Wednesday, 7:30PM at 
Dallas Museum of Natural History, 
Fair Park, Dallas. 

Northants Natural History Society, 
Conchological Section; The 
Humfrey Rooms, Caslillian Terr, 
Northampton, England U.K. NN1 
1CD 

Northern California Malacozoo- 
logical Club, c/o 121 Wild Horse 
Dr., Novato. CA 94947. Meets 3rd 
Thursday except July at Christ 
Lutheran Church, 780 Ashbury Ave, 
El Cerrito. 

Northwest Florida Shell Club, c/o 
15 Chelsea Or., Fort Walton Beach, 
FL 33402 

Nuiguini Shell Club. %PO Box 
9229, Hohala, PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

Okinawa Shell Club, c/o Bob 
Ruddu, PSC 1, Box 27504, APO San 
Francisco, CA 96230. 

Oregon Society Conchologists, 
Rev. Byron W Travis, 4324 NE 47th 
Ave. Portland, OR 97218 

Otago Shell Club. ^c33 Oalmeny St, 
North East Valley, Dunedin, NEW 
ZEALAND 

Pacific Northwest Shell Club, or 
c/o Shelley Ueland, 15912 174th 
Ave NE. Woodlinville, WA 98072. 
Meets 3rd Sunday, 2PM at Lake City 
Christian Church, Seattle. 

Pacific Shell Club, Inc., Meets 1st 
Sunday each month, September- 
June, 1:30 pm, Los Angeles County 
Museum of Natural History, 900 
Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 
90007. 

Palm Beach County Shell Club. 
%PO Box 182, W Palm Beach. FL. 
33402 


Palos Verdes Peninsula 
Oceanographic Society, Mrs 
Veronica Callahan. 5561 Littlebow 
Rd, Palos Verdes. CA 90274 

Philadelphia Shell Club, c/o 
Academy of Natural Sciences at 
Philadelphia, 19th and Benjamin 
Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 
19103. Meets 3fd Thursday, 8PM. 

Pittsburgh Shell Club, c/o 
Invertebrates, Carnegie Museum, 
4400 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 
15213. 

Port Curtis Shell Discussion 
Group, c/o N.l. Trevor, 76 Wyndham 
Ave, Boyne Island, Queensland, 
Australia 4680. Meets 2nd Sunday. 

Port Dennison Shell Group, PO 
Box 300, Bowen, Queensland, 
Australia 4805. 

Port Douglas Shell Club, c/o Mrs 
N. Pope, Port Douglas, Queensland, 
Australia 4805. 

Port Phillip Bay Shell Group, c/o 
Mrs C. Bunyard, 21 Hillcrest Rd., 
Etham North, Victoria, Australia 
3095. Meets monthly 

Prosperine Shell Club, %Mrs 
Grace Lum Wan, 17 Smith St, 
Prosperine, Qld AUSTRALIA 4800 

Raleigh North Carolina Shell 
Study Group, %Sleve Rosenthal, 
207 Newton Rd. Raleigh, NC 27609 

Reef Roamers Shell Club, PO Box 
4441, Andersen AFB Breinch, Yigo, 
GU 96912 

Richmond Shell Club, c/o Charles 
Burgess, 8902 Tolman Rd., 
Richmond, VA 23229 

Sagami Shell Club, %Kinya Mase, 
Yokosuka Museum, 95; Fukatadaim, 
Yokosuka-shi JAPAN 238 

San Antonio Shell Club, % Bessie 
G Goethel, 9402 Nona Kay Dr, San 
Antonio, TX 78217. Meets 3rd 
Tuesday 7:30PM al Asbury 
Methodist Church, 4601 San Pedro 
Ave., San Antonio. 

San Diego Shell Club, %Carole M 
Hertz, 3883 Mt Blackburn Ave, San 
Diego, CA 92111. Meets 3rd 
Thursday, Room 104, Casa del 
Prado, Balboa Park, San Diego. 

San Miguel Sand Dollars, %Danny 
McBride. NCSP • Box 504, FPO San 
Francisco, CA 96656-0007 

Sanibel'Captiva Shell Club, PO 
Box 355, Sanibel, FL 33957. 

Sanin Shell Club, %Mr. Norihiko 
Irie, 544-4; Kannonji; Yanago-shi. 
Tottori-ken, JAPAN 683 

Santa Barbara Shell Club, PO Box 
30191, Santa Barbara. CA 93105. 
Meets 3rd Friday 7:30PM at Santa 
Barbara Museum of Natural History, 
2559 Puesta del Sol. 

Sarasota Shell Club, %Mary L 
Mansfield, 2232 Bahia Vista Bldg 
A#7. Sarasota. FL 33579-2413. 
Meets 2nd Thursday, September- 
April 7:30PM, Mote Marine Science 
Center, City Island, Sarasota. 

Schelipenclub Friesland, Fries 
Natural History Mus, Heerestraat; 13, 
Leenwarden S911 LC, 

NETHERLANDS 

Schelpen Werkgrowp, %H.K. 
Veidkamp, Sonl 63. 9933TB Delfzijl, 
NETHERLANDS 

Scottish Marine Biological 
Association, Dunstaffnage Mar Res 
Lab, PO Box 3 Oban, Argyll, 
Scotland U.K. 

Sea Shell Club. Vianderdal; 12, 
3300 Tienen, BELGIUM 

Seashell Searchers of Brazoria 
County, Brazospon Mus. Nat. Hist.. 
400 College Dr., Lake Jackson. TX 
77566. Meets Isl Monday 7PM al 
museum. 

Shell Club of Montelier. %Francois 
Mestre, Cidex 916. Montelier; 26120 
C; FRANCE 


Shell Club of Mystic, Dr. Peter 
Steelman - President. Rt. 27 Box 
1008, Mystic. CT 06355. Meets 
third Tuesday at 7 pm monthly, 
except summer months. 

Shell Club of the Hague, 
%Walburg; P. Langendijkslraat 66, 
2533 TL Hague (ZH). 
NETHERLANDS 

Shell Collectors Association of 
Nova Scotia, c/o Dr Derek S. Davis, 
1747 Summer St., Halifax, Nova 
Scotia, Canada B3H 3A6 

Shell Collectors Club, c/o 
Berniece Plummer, 47 Tulare 
Parkway, Rochester, NY 14623. 
Meets 1st Thursday except January, 
July & August at Winton Branch 
Library, Rochester. 

Shell Museum & Research, 
Foundation Inc., PO Box 1850, 
Sanibel Island, FL 33957 

Shikoku Conchological Club, c/o 
The Coral Museum, Tatsukushi, 
Tosa - Shimizu City, Kochi, 787-04 
JAPAN 

Soc L'Etude Nature Bretagne, 
Redaction Penn Ar Bed, B P 32, 
29276 Brest Cedex, FRANCE 

Soc Siciliana Sci Nat, Gabriella do 
Verde. %lnst Zool Univ, Via Archirafi 
18. 90123 Palermo ITALY 

Sociedad Espanola Malacologia. 
Jose Gutierrez Abascal, 2, Museo 
Nacional de Ciencias Naturaies, 
28006 Madrid, Spain. Meets 
annually. 

Sociedad Malacologica Uruguay, 
% Jorge Pita, Casilla de Correo 
1401, Montevideo, URUGUAY. 

Meets 1st & 3rd Tuesday, 
March-November. 

Sociedad Panamena da Malaco- 
logia, Apartado 6-593, El Dorado, 
Republic of Panama 

Sociedade Brasiieira Malacologia. 
%Prof Walter Narchi, Institute 
Biocien-USP, Cx P 11461, Sao 
Paulo-SP BRAZIL 

Sociedade Malacologica do 
Recite, rua Ibiapaba 89 Apt. 202, 
Tamarineira, Recife, Pernambuco, 
Brasil CEP 50 000. 

Sociedade Portugesa Malacolo- 
gia, Aquario Vasco da Gama, 
Dafundo, 1495 Lisboa PORTUGAL 
Meets last Friday, Institute Nacional 
de Investigacao Pescas & Alges, 
Lisbon. 

Societa Italiana Malacologia, 
Sezione di Palermo, Via A. Conti (ex 
P 31) n. 19, 90146 Palermo, ITALY 

Societa Malacologica, %Mu5eo 
Civico Storia Natu, Corso Venezia 
55. 20121 Milano. ITALY 

Societa Picena di Malacologia, 
Piazza della Liberia, 63012 Cupra 
Marittina (AP), ITALY 

Societe Beige Malacologie, %St 
Jobsstraat 8. B-3330 Landen 

(Ezemaal), BELGIUM 

Societe Francaise de Malacologie, 
55, rue de Buffon, 75005 Paris, 
France. Meets annually. 

Societe International de 
Conchyliologie, c/o Dr. Ted Baer. 
CH-1602 La Croix, Switzerland. 
Meets 4x per year. 

Society Biologica Fennica, 
Exchange Librarian. Rauhankatu 15 
B, 00170 Helsinki. FINLAND 

Society for Experimental and 
Descriptive Malacology. 2415 
South Circle Dr., Ann Arbor, Ml 
48103. Meets annually. 

Society of Systematic Zoology. 
%Nationai Mus, Nat. Hist., lOth & 
Constitution N.W,, Washington, DC 
20560 

South Beach Shell Club. PO Box 
115, Grayland, WA 98547 

South Carolina Shell Club, c ^o 
1227 Downer Dr., Charleston. SC 
29412. Meets 1st Thursday al Jewish 
Community Center, 7:30PM 


South-East Asia Center for i 

Applied Malacology, Mahidol i 

University, Bangkok, Thailand. 

Southern California Association of 
Marine Invertebrate Taxonomists. ] 

3720 Stephen White Dr, San Pedro, | 

CA 90731 |i 

Southern California Paleo Society, '! 

4755 Baltimore St, Los Angeles, CA 
90042 

Southern Natal Group, c/o PO Box I; 

9, Aneriey. Natal, South Africa 42X , 

Southwest Florida Conchologist I 

Society, PO Box 876, Fort Myers, FL j 

33902. Meets 2nd Friday except 
June-August 7:30PM, Edison 
Community College. I 

Southwestern Malacologlcal Soc- I 

iety. For information call: (602) 955- j 

2072 or write: c/o 3846 East ,| 

Highland Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85018. j 

Meets 3rd Wednesday each month 
September - June at 7:30 pm. 
United Methodist Church, 1601 W 
Indian School Rd., Phoenix, Arizona 

St Petersburg Shell Club, 'XA^rs 
Florence Kuezynski, 5562 2nd Ave 
N, St Petersburg, FL 33710. Meets 
October-May, IScience Center 
Pinellas County. 7701 22nd Ave. N, 

St. Petersburg. 

Stichting Biologica Maritima, 
Postbus 64628, 2506 CA Den Haag, 

The Netherlands 

Suncoast Conchologists, Inc., 
Suncoast Shorelines, PO Box 1564, 

Palm Harbor, FL 34273-1564. Meets 
1st Tuesday each month, Septem- 
ber-June, 7:30 pm. Sylvan Abbey 
United Methodist Church, Clear- 
water, Florida. 

Sunshine Coast Shell Club, c/o 
Miss Jackie Capp, 34 Coronation 
Ave, Golden Beach, Queensland, 
Australia 4551. 

Suruga Shell Club, %Minetaro 
Tanaka, 211 Enoura; Namazu City, 
Sizouka Prefecture, JAPAN 

Tanzania Society, PO BOX 511, 
DAR-ES-SALAAM, TANZANIA 

Taranaki Shell Collectors, 5c50 
Lorna St, New Plymouth; North 
Island, NEW ZEALAND 

Tekamah Shell Club, c/o Lowell 
DeVasure, RR # 1 , Box 56, Tekamah, 

NE 68061 

Tokyo Shell Club, c/o M. Morita, 1- 
34-13, Kamisashigaya, Setagaya-ku. 
Tokyo, 157 Japan. 

Townsville Shell Club, PO Box 41, 
Hermit Park, Townsville, Queens- 
land, Australia 4814. Meets 1sl 
Wednesday each month except 
January, Girl Guide Hall. 

Treasure Coast Shell Club, c/o 99 
Yacht Club Place, Jupiter, FL 33469. 

Tulsa Shell Club, c/o G.F. Hyman, 
2605 E Dallas St., Broken Arrow, OK 
74014. 

Tura Brisa Shell Collectors, Salud 
71 St Charter, Mayaguez, PR 00708 

Underwater Photographic Society 
of San Diego, Inc, PO Box 82782, 

San Diego, CA 92138 

Unione Malacologica Italiana. Via 
de Sanctis 73. 20145 Milano. ITALY 

Utah Shell Society, c/o 1415 East 
Murphy Lane, Salt Lake City, UT 
84106 

Vancouver & District Shell Club, 
c/o S & G B Jeffreys, 3820 Bowen 
Dr, Richmond; BC, V7C 4E1 
CANADA 

Vanuatu National Science Society, 

PO Box 188. Vila. VANUATU 

Wadatsumi Shell Club, %Mr Fumio 
Ishida, 1-2-5 Gokurakuji: Kamakuru- 
sh. Kanagawa 248, JAPAN 

Wellington Shell Collectors Club, i 
%Mollusc Department. National 
Museum, Private Bag; Wellington, 
NEW ZEALAND. Meets monthly at 
museum. 


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Western Society of 
Malacologists, c/o Dr. Henry 
Chaney, 1706 H Esplanade, 
Redondo Beach. CA 90277. 

Meets annually. 

Whangarei Shell Club, E 
Haywood, Oaks Rd.. Otaika RD8, 
Whangarei, NEW ZEALAND. Meets 
Isl Thursday, 7:30PM, Northland 
Community College. 

Whitsunday Shell Club, PO Box 
1227, Mackay, Queensland, 
Australia 4740. 

Wilmington Shell Club, c/o 
Delaware Museum of Natural 
History, PO Box 3937, Greenville, 
DE 19807. Meets 1st Monday 
October-May. 

Yorkshire Conchological Society, 
%E. Dearing; Hon. Secretary, 14 
Nowell Grove; Read, Burnley; 
Lancs., England U.K. BB12 7PG 

Yucaipa Shell Club, Mousley 
Museum of Natural History, 35308 
Panorama Dr., Yucaipa, CA 
92399. Meetings 3rd Sunday, 2PM 
at museum. 


We list organization addresses 
and meeting times here as time 
and space permits. The offic- 
ers and mailing addresses 
change frequently. Send cur- 
rent information and we will do 
our best to include your group 
in our next issue. 


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Western Publishing, Racine, Wl, 
160p., col. ill. SB. - $ 2.95 

8819 REGISTER OF AMERICAN 
MALACOLOGISTS. Second Edition 
1986-87. Abbott RT 1987 Amer. 
Malacologists, Inc., Melbourne, FL, 
168p., 8.5x11in cloth - S 21.00 

4601 COMPENDIUM OF SEA- 
SHELLS. Abbott RT & Da 1986 
Dutton, NY, 410p., ca. 4000 col. 
illus., HB - S 49.95 

7247 MULTIFORM AUSTRALIAN 
VOLUTES. Abbottsmith F 1969 
Abbottsmith. Australia, 132p., 
drawings, charts, spiral bou - $ 

19.95 

19 MARINE RESOURCES OF KU- 
WAIT. al-Abdul-Razza 1984 Rout- 
ledge & Kegan Paul, Boston, 

xii + 243p., ill., 8vo cloth • $ 55.00 

20 CHANGING SEA-LEVEL ALONG 
THE NORTH COAST OF KUWAIT 
BAY. Al-Asfour TA 1982 Kegan 
Paul Int., Boston, xv + 186p., col. 

ill., 8vo cloth, dj. - $ 50.00 


7128 HOW TO STUDY AND 
COLLECT SHELLS. 4th ed. Amer 
Mai Union 1974 Amer. Malac.- 
Union., 107p., illus. SB - S 2.50 

22 THE AUDUBON SOCIETY NA- 
TURE GUIDES. ATLANTIC AND 
GULF COASTS. Amos WH & 

Amos 1985 Chanticleer Press. NY, 
670p., col. & B-W ill., SB - S 

14.95 

26 THE BOOK OF NATURE 
PHOTOGRAPHY. Angel H 1982 
Alfred A Knopf. Inc. NY. 168p., 
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16.50 

1 SHELLS, pink background. [52 
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CA, CP-2, deck of 52 playing 
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868 FISH, blue background. [52 
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1986 Aquatique, San Francisco, 
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870 FISH, brown & blue back- 
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871 SHELLS, pink & blue back- 
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21.00 

7444 SHELLS ON STAMPS OF 
THE WORLD. Arakawa K 1979 
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438p., col.&B-W ill. Japanese - S 

19.95 

272 SEA BEACH AT EBB TIDE. 
Arnold A F 1901 Dover, 490p., 
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7461 UND AND FRESHWATER 
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Backhuys W 1975 EJBrill, Thesis, 
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7399 INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY, 
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111 UNDER ALASKAN SEAS. The 
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129 BENEATH COLD WATERS. 

The Marine Life of New England. 
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39 RED SEA CORAL REEFS. 
Bemert G & Orm 1981 Routledge 
& Kegan Paul, Boston, 192p., col. 

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3045 THE MOLLUSKS OF THE 
ARID SOUTHWEST. Bequaert JC 
& 1973 Univ. Arizona Press, 
Tucson, i-xvi + 271p., figs. 1-6. 

SB - $ 8.00 

199 HOW TO CLEAN SEASHELLS. 
Bergeron E 1971 Great Outdoors, 
32p., 5.5x8. 5in col. soft cover. - S 

1.50 

351 1001 QUESTIONS ABOUT 
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crSvo SB. - $ 6.00 

412 HAWAIIAN NUDIBRANCHS. 
Bertsch H & Jo 1981 Oriental 
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col. photos, S - $ 8.95 


7956 THE COMPLETE WRITINGS 
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INESQUE ON RECENT Binney 
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index & pis., 1985 Reprint, SB - 
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152 BIRNBAUM’S CARIBBEAN, 
BERMUDA, AND THE BAHAMAS 
1987. Birnbaum S & 1986 
Houghton Mifflin, 756p.. ill., SB • 

5 12.95 

47 DIVING AND SNORKELING 
GUIDE TO THE BAHAMAS, NAS- 
SAU AND NEW PROVIDENCE 
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64p., col. ill., SB - S 9.95 

48 THE JOY OF SNORKELLING. 
Blount S & Tay 1984 Photograph- 
ic Book Co.. NY, 112p., col.&B-W 

ill., SB - S 8.50 

291 SEA SHELLS OF WESTERN 
EUROPE AND THE ENGLISH 
CHANNEL. English Bouchet P & 
Da 1979 Amer. Malacologists, Inc, 
Melbourne, FL, 144p., col. ill. - S 

6.95 

56 DIVING AND SNORKELING 
GUIDE TO THE VIRGIN ISLANDS. 
Bower & Nyden 1984 Pisces 
Books, NY, 64p., col. ill., SB - S 

9.95 

218 THE LIVING SHORES OF 
SOUTHERN AFRICA. Branch M & 
Bra 1985 C. Struik Publishers, 
South Africa, 312p., 142photos 
9x12i - $ 39.95 

7891 LIVING TEREBRAS OF THE 
WORLD. A Monograph of the 
Recent Terebridae of Bratcher T 

6 C 1987 American Malacologists, 
FL, 240p., 74(6col.}pls., 36figs., - 

5 54.95 

159 EXPLORING PACIFIC COAST 
TIDEPOOLS. Braun E & Brow 
1966 Naturegraph Publ., Happy 
Camp, CA. 56p., col. & line illus 

- S 7.95 

406 A GUIDE TO SHELL COL- 
LECTING IN THE KWAJALEIN 
ATOLL. Brost & Coale 1971 
Tuttle, Rutland, VT, 157p., 7.2x8.2- 
in, 33 figs., SB - S 12.50 

177 A NATURALISTS SEASHORE 
GUIDE. Brusca GJ & Br 1978 
Mad River Press, Eureka, CA, 
205p., ill. 8vo SB. - S 10.50 

135 COMMON INTERTIDAL IN- 
VERTEBRATES OF the gulf OF 
CALIFORNIA. 2nd ed. Brusca RC 
1980 Univ. AZ Press, 513p., 

7x1 Oin, col.&B-V^ photos, figs. SB 

- S 26.95 

180 RODING 1798. GENUS CYM- 
BIUM. A REVISION. Bruynseels JK 
1975 Gloria-Maris, Belgium, 36p., 
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8021 ANIMALS WITHOUT BACK- 
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Chicago Press, IL, 560p., 550 
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7500 COWRIES OF THE WORLD. 
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841 TROPICAL BIROS POSTER. 
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Diego. CA, 25x34in, color poster. 

- $ 10.00 

838 SEA LIFE POSTER. Byergo M 
1982 Byergo, San Diego, CA, 
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5094 SEA LIFE NOTE CARDS. 
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411 THE SEASHORE AND SHAL- 
LOW SEAS OF BRITAIN AND 
EUROPE. Campbell AC 1980 
Larousse & Co., NY, 320p., col. 

6 B-W ill., 4.5x7.5in SB - S 10.95 

91 SEASHELL NOTECARDS & 
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Carmichael P 1982 Carmichael, 
Sarasota, FL. • $ 2.95 


7135 WHAT THE SEA LEFT 
BEHIND. Carpenter MG 1981 
Downeast Books, 32p., 22col. ill., 

1 0.9x8. 4in paperbound. - S 7.95 

98 OCTOPUS. Carrick C 1978 
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143 LETS GO FOSSIL SHARK 
TOOTH HUNTING. Cartmell BC 
1978 Natural Science Res., Ann 
Arbor, Ml, 76p., ill., SB - S 2.95 

207 AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO 
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& R 1981 Naturegraph, Happy 
Camp. CA. 240p., ill., SB - S 

8.95 

110 A PICTORIAL GUIDE TO 
FOSSILS. 2nd ed. Case GR 1982 
Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., NY, 
514p., 1300+ ill., cloth, dj. • S 

32.95 

7238 TROPICAL PACIFIC MARINE 
SHELLS. Cernohorsky WO 1978 
Pacific Publ., Sydney, Australia, 
352p., 68{4col.)pls., 17 - S 75.00 

94 THE BEACHES OF O'AHU. 

Clark JRK 1977 Univ. Hawaii 
Press, HI, 193p., halftone ill., 
color cover. SB - $ 12.95 

95 THE BEACHES OF MAUI 
COUNTY. Clark JRK 1980 Univ. 
Hawaii Press, HI, 161p., halftone 

ill., color cover. SB - S 12.95 

143 BEACHES OF THE BIG 
ISLAND. Clark JRK 1985 Univ. 
Hawaii Press, HI, 171p.. halftone 

ill., color cover. SB • S 12.95 

475 LATIAXIS CATALOG & ILLUS- 
TRATED CHECK LIST OF CORAL- 
LIOPHILLIDAE FAMILY. Clover PW 
1982 Clover, Glen Ellen, CA, 

38p., 310figs., 8.5x11 in spiral 
bound. - S 10.00 

78 A LOOK AT WILDLIFE OF THE 
GREAT BARRIER REEF. Coleman 
N 1978 Bay Books, Rushcutters 
Bay, Australia, 128p., col. ill., cloth, 
- S 13.95 

7118 A FIELD GUIDE TO THE 
MARINE LIFE OF SOUTH-EAST- 
ERN AUSTRALIA. Coleman N 
1981 Rigby Publ. Ltd., 167p., 
200col. photos, cloth, dj. - S 

19.95 

7498 SHELLS ALIVE. Coleman N 
1981 96p., col. & B-W ill., cloth, 
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77 WHAT SHELL IS THAT? 
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73 BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO UN- 
DERWATER MARINE BIOLOGY. 
Coleman N 1985 Neville Coleman, 
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134 SEA LIFE AT THE OCEAN'S 
EDGE. Corbett J & Ka 1984 
Pacific No.West Nat. Parks & 
Forests, 24p., ill., 8.5x9in - S 3.95 

165 THE SEASIDE NATURALIST. 
Coulombe DA 1984 Phalarope 
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14.00 

7508 DEADLY CONES. Fish- 
Hunting Snails of the Sea. Crista 
Gain n.d. Crista Galli, Salt Lake 
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5 CALIFORNIA SEAFOOD COOK- 
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chuk. Cronin I & Har 1983 Aris 
Books, Berkeley, CA, 2880., ill., 

SB - $ 12.95 

7560 SEASHORE LIFE BETWEEN 
THE TIDES. Crowder W 1975 
Dover, 461p., ill., SB - S 7.50 

57 EXPLORING UNDERWATER. 

The Sierra Club Guide to Scuba 
and Snorkeling. Culliney JL & 

1980 Sierra Club Books, San 
Francisco, CA, 340p., III., SB - $ 

9.50 

875 HARP EMBOSSED GIFT 
ENCLOSURE CARD, while shell 
on blue Curtis Swann 1986 Curtis 
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874 NAUTILUS EMBOSSED GIFT 
ENCLOSURE CARD, white shell 
on blue. Curtis Swann 1986 
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876 PECTEN EMBOSSED GIFT 
ENCLOSURE CARD, white shell 
on blue. Curtis Swann 1986 
Curtis Swann, GE 1009, card & 
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873 NAUTILUS EMBOSSED GIFT 
ENCLOSURE CARD, white shell 
on purple. Curtis Swann 1986 
Curtis Swann, GE 1016, card & 
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3891 FOSSILS. The Oldest Trea- 
sures that ever lived. Daber R & 
Helm 1983 TFH Publ., Inc., 
Neptune, NJ, 231 p., col. & B-W 

ill., 9.5x - S 24.95 

204 HOW TO SMOKE SEAFOOD 
FLORIDA CRACKER STYLE! Dah- 
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Co., SL Petersburg, FL, 44p., ill., 
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137 COLLECTORS ENCYCLOPED- 
IA OF SHELLS. Dance SP 1976 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., NY, 288p., 
col. ill., cr4to cloth, dj. - S 24.95 

7366 WORLD’S SHELLS. Dance 
SP 1976 McGraw-Hill Book Co., 
NY, 192p., col. ill., cloth, dj. - S 

10.95 

10 A HISTORY OF SHELL 
COLLECTING. Dance SP 1986 EJ 
Brill Leiden, 280p., 32(1col.)pls., 
figs., cloth, dj. - S 39.50 

11 NO ORDINARY CLAM BOOK. 
Illustrations by Lois Ireland. Davis 
MH 1983 Megan Publications, 
Suquamish, WA, 103p., ill., spiral 
bound. - S 6.95 

2120 THE CORAL REEF PROB- 
LEM. Davis WH 1928 Krieger 
Publishing, FL, 612p., ill., cloth, 
RPT 1976. - S 39.95 

243 WHAT IS AN INSECT? 
Illustrated by Dorothea Barlowe. 
Day Jenifer W 1975 Western 
Publishing, Racine, Wl, 24p., col. 
ill., SB - S 1.50 

8813 WHAT IS A FLOWER? 
Illustrated by Dorothea Barlowe. 
Day Jenifer W 1975 Western 
Publishir»g, Racine, Wl, 24p., col. 

ill., SB - S 1.50 

8811 WHAT IS A BIRD? Illustrated 
by Tony Chen. Day Jenifer W 
1975 Western Publishing, Racine, 
Wl, 24p., col. ill., SB - S 1.50 

6812 WHAT IS A MAMMAL? 
Illustrated by Ann Brewster. Day 
Jenifer W 1975 Western Publish- 
ing, Racine, Wl, 24p., col. ill., SB 
- S 1.50 

863 SHELLS OF THE WORLD 
COLORING BOOK, de Leiris L 
1983 Dover Publ. Inc., NY, 46p., 

ill., color cover, 8.5x1 lin. SB - S 

2.50 

423 PACIFIC MARINE LIFE. De- 
Luca & DeLuc 1976 Tuttle, 
Rutland, VT, 66p,, ill., SB - S 

2.95 

7808 GUIDE TO MAIL ORDER 
SHELL DEALERS. DeLucia D 1985 
Delucia, NY, 26p., spiral bound. - 
S 5.00 

16 NEWBERRY. The Life and 
Times of a Maine Clam. Dethier 
VG 1981 Down East Books, 
Camden, ME, 85p., ill., SB. - S 

6.95 

373 THE PRINTER’S CATCH. An 
Artist's Guide to Pacific Coast 
Edible Marine Dewees CM 1984 
Sea Challengers, Monterey, CA, 
112p., ill., cloth, dj. - $ 19.95 

2027 A FIELD GUIDE TO SHELLS 
COLORING BOOK. Douglass JL & 
1985 Houghton Mifflin, MA, 64p. 

+ 4p. col., 8.5x1 tin SB - S 3.95 

294 SEASHORE LIFE COLORING 
BOOK. D'Attilio A 1973 Dover 
Publ. Ir>c., NY, 46p.. ill., color 
cover, 3.5x1 1in, SB - $ 2.50 


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138 A COLLECTOR’S GUIDE TO 
SEASHELLS OF THE WORLD. 
Eisenburg JM 1981 McGraw-Hill 
Book Co., NY, 239p., 15Scol.pls., 
I45figs., clot • S 26.95 

7684 THE AMERICAN MUSEUM 
OF NATURAL HISTORY GUIDE TO 
SHELLS. Emerson WK & J 1976 
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., NY. 5l2p., 
47{l6col.)pIs., SB • $ 8.95 

33 A FIELD GUIDE TO PACIFIC 
COAST FISHES OF NORTH A- 
MERICA FROM THE GULF Esch* 
meyer WS & 1983 Houghton- 
Mifflin, Boston, 336p., col. & line 

ill., SB. - S 12.95 

7443 CONE SHELLS OF NEW 
CALEDONIA AND VANUATU. Est- 
ival JC 1981 Soc. Nouvelle Edit. 
Pacifique, I26p., 41col.pls., 

French & Eng - S 24.95 

872 WEATHER WRITER. The 
waterproof field notebook. Farallon 
Trad. 1983 Farallon Trading Co., 
Albany, CA, 50p., 3.2x5.8in water- 
pro - S 3.50 

7166 BAJA CALIFORNIA DIVER’S 
GUIDE. Farley MB & Fa 1984 
Marcor PubL, Port Hueneme, CA, 
220p., 7col.pls., SB - S 13.95 

38 DIVER’S GUIDE TO UNDER- 
WATER MEXICO. Farley MB & Fa 
1986 Marcor Publ., Port Huen- 
eme, CA, 270p., col.&B-W ill., SB 
• S 14.95 

89 SCUBA EQUIPMENT CARE 
AND MAINTENANCE. Farley MB & 
Ro 1980 Marcor Publ., Port 
Hueneme, CA, 176p., B-W ill., SB 
- S 9.95 

7402 SEA-SLUG GASTROPODS. 
Farmer WM 1980 Wesley M 
Farmer, 177p., line ill., SB - S 

13.50 

41 SEASHORE DISCOVERIES. 
Farmer WM 1986 Wesley M 
Farmer, Santee, CA, 124p., 4col.- 
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1952 SHELLS. Forms and Designs 
of the Sea. Feininger A 1983 
130p., ill., SB • S 12.50 

436 HAWAIIAN REEFS AND TIDE- 
POOLS. 2nd ed. Fielding A 1982 
Oriental Publishing, HI, I03p., col. 

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150 DISCOVERING SEASHELLS. 
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109 AT THE SEA’S EDGE. An 
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PHalarope Books, NY, 31 7p., ill., 
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155 THE WORLD OF VENOMOUS 
ANIMALS. Freiberg & Wai 1984 
TFH Publ. Inc., Neptune, NJ, 
192p., col. ill. HB • S 19.95 

3791 SKIN DIVER’S GUIDE TO 
HAWAII. 4th Printing. Photos by 
Ron Church. Freund Gordon 1973 
Gordon Freund. 72p., ill., color 
cover, SB - S 2.50 

7765 MARINE INVERTEBRATES IN 
THE HOME AQUARIUM. Friese, 

UE 1973 TFH Publ., Neptune, NJ, 
240p., col. HI.. 8vo HB - S 14.95 

348 SUBTIDAL MARINE BIOLOGY 
OF CALIFORNIA. Galbraith R & 
1974 Naturegraph, Healdsburg, 

CA. 128p.. IScol.pIs. SB - $ 6.95 

4027 LARVAL FORMS AND OTH- 
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stang W 1985 Univ. Chicago 
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7154 DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH • 
FRENCH. FRENCH ■ ENGLISH 
SHELL TERMS. Geerls C 1971 Of 
Sea & Shore, Suppl. Fall, 1971, 
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405 AUSTRALIAN SEASHORES IN 
COLOUR. Gillette K & Y 1969 
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72 WHAT HAPPENS TO ME 
WHEN I FISH THE SEA AND A 
FISH CATCHES ME? Gilmarlin T 
1976 Windward Publishing. Miami, 
FL, 36p.. ill., SB - S 2.95 

67 MARINE HERMIT CRABS. 

Giwojna P 1978 TFH Publications, 
Inc, Neptune, NJ, 128p., col. ill., 

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449 ANIMALS OF THE SEA - A 
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1.29 

4028 MARINE FISHES OF RHODE 
ISLAND. Gordon BL 1974 Book & 
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3883 THE SECRET UVES OF 
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161 A FIELD GUIDE TO THE 
ATLANTIC SEASHORE. Gosner KL 

1978 Houghton Mifflin Co., NY, 
329p., 23col. photos, 41B-Wpts., 

SB - $ 11.95 

182 MARINE ANIMALS OF BAJA 
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425 PACIFIC COAST SUBTIDAL 
MARINE INVERTEBRATES. A Fish- 
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1979 Sea Challengers, CA, 112p., 
col. III. SB - S 12.95 

186 GUIDE TO CORALS AND 
FISHES OF FLORIDA, CARIBBEAN 
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Seahawk Press, Miami, FL, 64p., 
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452 SHARKS AND OTHER DAN- 
GEROUS SEA CREATURES. 
Greenberg I & 1981 Seahawk 
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119 THE CORAL REEF. 

Greenberg J & 1976 Seahawk 
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225 THE LIVING REEF. Corals 
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Bahamas, Bermuda Greenberg J 
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107 THE RADIANT REEF. 

Greenberg J & 1983 Seahawk 
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154 THE FISHES BENEATH 
TROPIC SEAS. Greenberg J & 

1986 Seahawk Press, Miami, FL, 
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106 GRZIMEICS ANIMAL LIFE 
ENCYCLOPEDIA. Volume 3. 
Mollusks and Echinoderms 
Grzimek HCB 1984 Van Nostrand 
Reinhold, NY, 540p., coi.lll., SB - 
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242 HALL’S SHELLS OF THE 
FLORIDA COASTS. Hall FW 1981 
Great Outdoors, 32p., 8col.pls., 
5.5x8.5in, SB - S 1.95 

85 HOWARD HALL’S GUIDE TO 
SUCCESSFUL UNDERWATER 
PHOTOGRAPHY A NEW Hall H 
1982 Marcor Publ., Port 
Hueneme, CA, 189p., col. ill., SB - 
S 14.95 

114 DIVING AND SNORKELING 
GUIDE TO THE FLORIDA KEYS. 
Hallas Hallas& 1984 Pisces Books, 
NY. 64p.. col. 111., SB - $ 9.95 

248 CATCH & COOK SHELLFISH. 
Hamilton D Great Outdoors. 64p., 
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203 HOW TO PRESERVE ANIMAL 
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CLEAR PLASTIC. Hardin CE 1963 
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Camp, CA, 64p. ill., SB - S 4.95 

241 DICTIONARY OF SEASHORE 
LIFE. Harris C 1961 Great 
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6636 SKIN DIVER MAGAZINE’S 
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1984 Photographic Book Co., NY, 
192p., col. ill., 8.5x1 lin clot - $ 

24.95 

404 AUSTRALIAN CRUSTACEANS 
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1970 Tuttle. Rutland. VT. 112p., 
100+ photos, HB - S 7.45 

140 COMMON SEASHORE LIFE 
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431 DESIGNS FOR COLORING 
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327 SHELLS OF NEW GUINEA 
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Hinton A 1972 Tuttle, Rutland, VT, 
99p., 44cot.pls., HB • $ 18.50 

7185 GUIDE TO AUSTRALIAN 
SHELLS. Hinton A n.d. Tuttle, 
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7192 GUIDE TO SHELLS OF 
PAPUA. NEW GUINEA. Hinton A 
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68col.pls., HB - S 14.95 

149 HAWAIIAN REEF ANIMALS. 
Hobson & Chave 1985 Univ. 

Hawaii Press, 136p., coi.ill., SB - 
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70 COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO 
SCUBA DIVING IN HAWAII. 
Hoffmann; P 1984 Press Pacifica, 
Kailua, HI, 11 Ip., illus., SB - S 

6.95 

139 SHORE FISHING IN HAWAII. 
Hosaka EY 1973 Petroglyph 
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61 THE BEST WASHINGTON 
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Frank R. Howard, Everett, WA, 

32p., til., SB - S 2.95 

103 ABALONE BOOK. Howorth P 
1978 Naturegraph Publ., Happy 
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8820 AUSTRALIA’S UNDERWATER 
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147 OCEAN REALM GUIDE TO 
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287 SEASHELLS OF THE WEST 
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153 HOW TO COPE WITH 
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ES & S 1977 Windward Publ., FL, 
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292 SEASHORE ANIMALS OF THE 
PACIFIC COAST. Johnson M & 

Sn 1927 Dover Publ., NY, xiv + 
659p., Ilpis., 19 kx RPT, SB - $ 

6.95 

480 LIVING SEASHELLS. Johnson 
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235col. photos, SB - $ 8.95 

7108 INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY 
Volume I. Protozoa through 
Annelida Kaestner A 1967 Krieger 
Publ., FL. 597p., figs., HB - S 

47.95 

131 A FIELD GUIDE TO CORAL 
REEFS OF THE CARIBBEAN AND 
FLORIDA INCLUDING Kaplan EH 
1982 Houghton Mifflin, NY, 289p., 
16col.pls., 21B-Wpls., HB - $ 

17.95 


81 SLIMY, CREEPY. CRAWLY 
CREATURES. Kaufman J 1985 
Western Publ. Racine, Wl, 46p., 
coi.ill., HB - $ 7.95 

197 HAWAIIAN MARINE SHELLS - 
Reef and Shore Fauna of Hawaii 
- Kay E Allison 1979 Bishop Mus. 
Press. HI, 653p., ill., cloth, dj. - S 

39.95 

290 SEASHELLS OF TROPICAL 
WEST AMERICA. 2nd ed. Keen A 
Myra 1971 Stanford Univ. Press, 

CA. 1019p.. coi.ill., HB, dj. - $ 

47.50 

233 MARINE MOLLUSCAN 
GENERA OF WESTERN NORTH 
AMERICA. Keen A Myra 1974 
Stanford Univ. Press, CA, 208p., 

HI., HB, dj. - $ 19.95 

309 SHELLCRAFT CRITTERS. 

Kellum A 1977 Great Outdoors, 

FL. 32p., 111. SB - S 1.00 

7 ALASKA’S SALTWATER FISHES 
AND OTHER SEA LIFE. Kessler 
DW 1985 Alaska NW Publishing, 
Anchorage, AK, 350p., 300+ col. 

ill., SB - S 19.95 

7474 SEASHELLS OF SOUTHERN 
AFRICA. Kilburn R & Ri 1982 
249p., 49pls., figs., HB - $ 49.95 

496 REVISION OF THE GENUS 
ANCILLA LAMARCK, 1799. Kilburn 
RN 1981 Ann. Natal Mus., 
24{2):349-463, Icol.plt., 262figs., 

SB - S 15.00 

7286 SEASHELLS OF SRI LANKA. 
Kirtisinghe P 1978 Tuttle, Rutland, 
VT, 120p., 58col.pls., 18B-Wpls.. 

HB • S 12.50 

7099 THE NATIONAL MUSEUM 
OF NATURAL HISTORY. Kopper P 
1982 Harry Abrams, NY, 496p., 
color, oversize book; HB - S 
64.00 

117 SEASHORE LIFE OF THE 
NORTHERN PACIFIC COAST. 
Kozloff EN 1973 Univ. Washington 
Press. WA, 370p., 299col. photos., 
SB - S 20.00 

7324 SHELLS OF GREAT BRITAIN 
AND EUROPE, (translated by Olga 
Kuthanoval] Lellak J 1975 Hamlyn 
Publ. Group, London, 235p, 
88col.pls., HB. - S 15.95 

7142 DIVING AND SNORKELING 
GUIDE TO BONAIRE AND 
CUFACAO INCLUDING Lewbel GS 
1984 Pisces Books, NY, 64p., col. 

ill., SB - $ 9.95 

886 THE DECOMPRESSION 
WORKBOOK. A simplified guide 
to understanding Lewbel GS 1984 
Pisces Books, NY, 61 p., ill. soft 
cover. NEW - S 5.95 

7146 DIVING AND SNORKELING 
GUIDE TO COZUMEL. Lewbel GS 
& Ma 1984 Pisces Books, NY, 
64p., col. ill., SB - S 9.95 

24 ANIMALS OF THE OCEAN. 

Lilly K 1982 Methuen-Walker 
Books, London, 12p., heavy 
boards. - S 2.95 

7453 ACMAEIDAE. Lindberg D 
1981 Boxwood Press, CA, 122p., 

ill., HB. - S 19.95 

171 FIELD GUIDE TO SEASHELLS 
OF THE WORLD. Lindner G 1977 
271p., coi.ill., SB - S 10.95 

4032 THE DAN DIVING 
EMERGENCY HANDBOOK. 
Lippmann J & B 1985 Pisces 
Books, NY, 52p. waterproof, ill., 
spiral bound. - S 9.95 

167 LIFE IN THE CHESAPEAKE 
BAY. Lippson AJ & L 1984 Down 
East. 229p., ill., SB - S 13.95 

7510 MARINE BIVALVE 
MOLLUSCS OF THE CANADIAN 
CENTRAL AND EASTERN ARCTIC: 
Lubinsky Irene 1980 Canadian 
Bull. Fish. & Aquatic Sci., Bull. 
207:1 Up.. 11B- • $ 13.00 

7236 MARINE MOLLUSCS OF 
VICTORIA. MacPherson JH& 1962 
475p., 468figs. HB - $ 22.95 


7407 AUSTRALIAN GREAT BAR- 99 TIDEPOOL & REEF. Marinelife 

RIER REEF IN COLOUR. Gillette K Guide to the Pacific Northwest 

1984 96p., col.&B-W ill., HB - S Coast. Harbo RM 1980 Hancock 

13.50 House Publ., Blame, WA, 56p., 

col. III., SB - $ 4.95 


316 SHELUNG & 

BEACHCOMBING IN SOUTHERN 
& CARIBBEAN WATERS. Magnotti 
Gary 1971 HR Ambuehl, Hialeah, 
FL, 96p., col. ill., SB - $ 5.95 

132 SEAWEEDS OF HAWAII. 
Magruder WH & 1979 Oriental 
Publ., HI, 116p., col. ill., SB • $ 

7.95 

31 CALIFORNIA DIVE BOAT 
GUIDE AND DIVER’S LOGBOOK. 
Marcor Publ. 1981 Marcor Publ., 
Port Hueneme, CA, 96p., ill., SB • 

$ 4.95 

151 EXPLORING TROPICAL ISLES 
AND SEAS. An Introduction for 
the Traveler Martini F 1984 
PHalarope Books, 408p., 

Hcol.pls., 100 + B-W photos, SB - 
S 15.95 

890 TREASURE OF THE ATOCHA. 
A $400 Million Archaeological 
Adventure. Mathewson RD-3 1986 
Univ, Fed. de Juiz de Fora, 

Brazil, 86p., ill. Portugese, NEW - 
$ 24.95 

2028 FIELDBOOK OF NATURE 
PHOTOGRAPHY. Forward by Ansel 
Adams. Illustrated Maye P 1974 
Sierra Club Books, San Francisco, 
209p., ill., SB - S 8.95 

37 AUDUBON SOCiETY NATURE 
GUIDES. PACIFIC COAST. 
McConnaughey B 1985 Alfred A 
Knopf, NY, 633p., coi.ill., SB - S 

14.95 

189 GUIDE TO THE 
NUDIBRANCHS OF CALIFORNIA. 
Including most species found 
McDonald G & N 1980 Amer. 
Malalacologists, Melbourne, FL, 
72p., coi.ill., SB - $ 9.95 

240 LETS GO SHELLING. McKay 
FP 1968 Great Outdoors, FL, 

88p., illus., 5.5x8.5in SB - S 1.95 

7830 FIELDBOOK OF PACIFIC 
NORTHWEST SEA CREATURES. 
McLachlan DH & 1979 
Naturegraph, Happy Camp, CA, 
208p., coi.ill., SB - S 9.95 

7253 MARINE SHELLS OF 
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Rev. ed. 
McLean James H 1978 Los 
Angeles Co. MNH, Ser. 24, Rev. 
ed., 104p., ill., SB - $ 5.00 

8810 THE READER’S DIGEST 
BOOK OF THE GREAT BARRIER 
REEF. Mead & Beckett 1984 
Mead & Beckett Publishing, 384p., 
col. photos, 255x250mm, - $ 

29.95 

65 THE AUDUBON SOCIETY 
FIELD GUIDE TO NORTH 
AMERICAN SEASHORE CREA- 
TURES. Meinkoth NA 1981 Alfred 
A Knopf, NY, 799p., 690 col. 
photos, SB - $ 13.50 

289 SEASHELLS OF THE WORLD 
WITH VALUES. Melvin AG 1966 
Tuttle, Rutland. VT. 167p., ili., HB 
- S 17.50 

353 1.000 WORLD SEA SHELLS 
RARE TO COMMON, WITH 
VALUES. Melvin AG 1980 Tuttle. 
Rutland, VT, 170p., ill., HB - $ 

18.50 

66 NAUTILUS CARD GAME. 

Melvin AG 1980 Naturegraph, 
Happy Camp, CA, boxed set of 
cards. * S 5.95 

40 SNORKELING AND DIVING 
OAHU. Mendenhall T 1976 
Hawaiian Isles Publ. Co., Ltc., 
36p., ill., SB - S 1.95 

108 FISH AND SEA LIFE CUT & 
USE STENCILS. Menlen T 1983 
Dover Publ. Inc., NY, 62 full-size 
stencils on stencil paper. SB - $ 

3.95 

2029 THE BAJA BOOK II. Miller T 
& Bax 1982 Baja Trail Publ., CA, 
180p., ill., conversion card. SB. - 
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3370 FOSSILS. How to find and 
identify over 300 genera. Moody 
R 1986 MacMillan Publ., NY, 
192p.. ca.65col.pls.. figs., 

4.7x7 .6in. SB - $ 8.95 


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, 8018 A FIELD GUIDE TO PACIFIC 

j COAST SHELLS INCLUDING 
SHELLS OF HAWAII AND Morris 
PA 1966 Houghton Mifflin Co., 
Boston, 297p., 72{8col.)pls., SB. • 

S 11.95 

168 A FIELD GUIDE TO SMELLS 
■ OF THE ATLANTIC AND GULF 
, COASTS AND THE WEST Morris 
PA 1973 Houghton Mifflin Co., 
j Boston, 330p., col. pis., SB. - $ 

12.95 

i 271 INTERTIDAL INVERTEBRATES 
OF CALIFORNIA. Morris RH etal 
1980 Stanford Univ. Press, CA, 
xiv+890p., 900col. photos, 850fig - 

5 48.75 

98$3 SHARKS. An Introduction for 
the Amateur Naturalist. Moss SA 

1984 PHalarope Books, NY, 

246p., 100+ ill., SB • $ 10.95 

46 LADY OCEAN. A love story for 
children. Graphics by Kitty Roach. 
Mount G 1986 Sweellight Books, 
Areata, CA, 16p., ill., SB. - S 3.00 

34 GUIDE TO HAWAIIAN SHELLS, 
CARD. Natural World 1982 Natural 
World Press, CA, 6x9in plastic 
card, 52coi.ill. - S 4.95 

84 GUIDE TO HAWAIIAN REEF 
FISH CARD. Natural World 1983 
Natural World Press, CA, 6x9in 
plastic card, 62col.iil. - $ 4.95 

3 GUIDE TO TIDEPOOL AND 
SHALLOW-WATER 
INVERTEBRATES OF HAWAII, 

CARD. Natural World 1983 Natural 
World Press, CA, 6x9in plastic 
card, 32col.ill. - $ 4.95 

133 THE MARINE BIOLOGY 
COLORING BOOK. Niesen TM 
1982 Barnes & Noble Books, 

218p., ill., SB • S 9.95 

136 EXPLORING THE OCEANS. 

An Introduction for the Traveler 
and Amateur Parker Henry S 

1985 PHalarope Books, NY, 

354p., ill., SB. • S 15.95 

6891 DANGEROUS MARINE 
ANIMALS OF THE PACIFIC 
COAST. Parsons C 1986 Sea 
Challengers, Monterey, CA, 96p., 

ill., col. cover, SB. • $ 4.95 

463 SHELLCRAFT. Passas G 1982 
Derby Lane, 54p., 2col.pls., SB. • 
$ 4.95 

311 SHELLCRAFT INSTRUCTION. 
Pelosi & Pelos 1959 Great 
Outdoors, FL, 80p., 8.5x1 lin, ill., 
SB. - $ 3.95 

6890 ATLAS OF THE LIVING 
OUVE SHELLS OF THE WORLD. 
Petuch EJ & Sa 1986 Coastal Ed. 

6 Res. Found., VA, 253p., 
39col.pls., figs, cl • S 68.50 

142 THE NEW EDIBLE? 
INCREDIBLE! Pill V & Furlo 1985 
Pill Enterprises, Seattle, WA, 73p., 
col. ill., SB • $ 7.95 

4035 PICTORIAL NASSAU. An 
illustrated guide to Nassau and 
New Providence Pisces Book Co 
1985 Pisces Books, NY, 32 color 
pages, SB. - S 3.95 

8022 JOURNEY TO FALCON. The 
Search for Cypraea mus. Pitman 
R 1976 70p.. col. & B-W ill., 

8.5x1 lin SB. - $ 3.95 

308 SHELLCRAFT ANIMALS. Pope 
P 1975 Great Outdoors, FL, 32p., 

ill., 5.5x8.5in SB. • $ 1.(^ 

7328 SHELLS OF NEW ZEALAND. 
5th ed. Powell AWB 1976 154p., 
45(2col.)pls., figs. HB. - $ 15.95 

391 NEW ZEALAND MOLLUSCA, 
MARINE. LAND AND 
FRESHWATER. Powell AWB 1979 
500p., 16col.pls., 66B-W photos, 
120figs., HB - $ 64.95 

442 THE GREAT BARRIER REEF. 
Power Allan 1969 Lansdovim 
Press, Australia. 145p., col. ill., 
8.5x1 lin SB - $ 12.95 

7259 NEW ZEALAND SHEUS 
AND SHELLFISH. Pownell G 1971 
87p., ill. color, HB - $ 12.95 


249 MUREX SHELLS OF THE 
WORLD. Radwin GE & D’ 1976 
Stanford University Press, CA, 
284p., 32col.pls.. 200figs. • $ 

38.50 

4037 GUIDE TO HAWAIIAN REEF 
FISHES. Randall JE 1985 
Harrowood Books. PA, 79p., 204 
col. pis., SB - $ 12.95 

3790 CATCH AND COOK 
SHELLFISH. Raymond D 1973 
Great Outdoors, St. Petersburg, 

FL, 64p., ill., 5.5x8.5in, SB. • $ 

3.95 

62 THE COMPLEAT CLAMMER. 
Clams - Mussells - Oysters - 
Scallops. An Reaske CR 1986 
Nick Lyons Books, NY, 152p., ill., 
SB - S 9.95 

430 FIELD GUIDE TO NORTH 
AMERICAN SEASHELLS • 
AUDUBON SOCIETY. Rehder H 

1981 Random House, NY, 894p., 
705col. photos, water-resistant SB. 

■ S 13.50 

15 GEOLOGY. A Golden Guide. 
Rhodes FHT 1972 Western 
Publishing, Racine, Wl, 160p., 
481col. ill., SB - $ 2.95 

83 FOSSILS. A guide to 
prehistoric life. Rhodes Zim & S 

1982 Western Publishing, Racine, 
Wl, 160p., 481col. ill., SB - $ 

2.95 

450 CAROLINA SEASHELLS. 

Rhyne N 1982 Eastwoods Press, 
96p., 90 ilL, SB - S 5.95 

49 THE GRAND STRAND. An 
Uncommon Guide to Myrtle 
Beach and its Rhyne N 1985 
Eastwoods Press, 123p., ill. SB • 

S 5.95 

130 8th Edition. A CATALOG OF 
DEALERS PRICES FOR MARINE 
SHELLS. Rice TC 1985 Of Sea & 
Shore Publ., Port Gamble, WA, 
loop., 8.5x1 lin SB - S 10.00 

315 10th Edition. SHELLER’S 
DIRECTORY OF CLUBS, BOOKS, 
PERIODICALS AND Rice TC 1985 
Of Sea & Shore Publ., Port 
Gamble, WA, 100 + p., 5.5x8.5in 
SB - S 4.95 

202 BETWEEN PACIFIC TIDES. 

5th ed. Ricketts EF & 1986 
Stanford Univ. Press, CA, 652p., 
364 ill., HB dj. - $ 29.95 

87 PEARL MAKERS. The 
Tidemarsh Guide to Clams, 
Oysters, Mussets and Roberts MF 
1984 Saybrook Press, Old 
Saybrook, CT, 168p., 66figs., 
flexible cov - $ 6.95 

92 THE TIDEMARSH GUIDE. 
Roberts MF 1985 Saybrook Press, 
Old Saybrook, CT, 240p., 134ill., 
flexible cov - $ 5.95 

76 THE TIDEMARSH GUIDE TO 
FISHES. Roberts MF 1985 
Saybrook Press, Old Saybrook, 

CT, 373p., ill., flexible cover. - $ 

10.95 

63 A FIELD GUIDE TO ATLANTIC 
COAST FISHES OF NORTH 
AMERICA. Robins CR & Ra 1986 
Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 354p., 
col.&line illus., SB - $ 14.95 

7409 CONE SHELLS FROM CAPE 
VERDE ISLANDS. A Difficult 
Puzzle. Rockel D et al 1980 
Rocket, Rolan & Monteiro, Spain, 
167p., 8col.pls., figs., - $ 14.95 

124 DIVING AND SNORKELING 
GUIDE TO GRAND CAYMAN 
ISLAND INCLUDING LITTLE 
Roessler C 1984 Pisces Books, 
NY, 64p., col.ill., SB - $ 9.95 

9 THE UNDERSEA PREDATORS. 
Roessler C 1984 Pisces Books, 
NY, 192p., 200 + col.ill., Standard 
Ed. SB - $ 24.95 

2 CORAL KINGDOMS. Roessler C 
1986 Harry N Abrams, NY, 216p., 
250col. photos, HB - $ 35.00 


300 THE SHELL BOOK. Rogers 
Julia E 1936 Rev. ed. of the 
1931 ed., 503p., 412B-W ill., 
67col.ill., - $ 18.95 

146 CORAL BOOK. Romashko S 
1975 Windward Publ, FL, 64p., 
col. ill., SB • $ 3.95 

228 THE MAGIC OF SEA 
SHELLS. Creative Development 
Series. Romashko S 1976 
Windward Publ, FL, 36p.. col. ill , 
SB - $ 2.95 

8814 THE SAVORY SHELLFISH 
OF NORTH AMERICA. Natural 
History, Habitat, Romashko S 
1977 Windward Publ, Miami, FL, 
36p., col. ill., SB - S 3.50 

237 THE COMPLETE 
COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO SHELLS 
& SHELLING. Romashko S 1984 
Windward Publ, Miami, FL, 112p., 
col. ill., SB - $ 5.95 

238 SHARK. Lord of the Sea. 
Romashko S 1984 Windward 
Publ, Miami, FL, 64p., col. ill., SB 

- S 3.75 

301 THE SHELL BOOK. 

Romashko S 1984 Windward 
Publ, Miami, FL, 64p., col. ill., SB 

- $ 3.95 

223 LIVING CORAL. Romashko S 
1985 Windward Publ, Miami, FL, 
64p., col. ill., SB - $ 3.95 

887 DIVING AND SNORKELING 
GUIDE TO NORTHERN 
CALIFORNIA AND THE 
MONTEREY Rosenberg S 1986 
Pisces Books, NY, 96p., col. ill., 
soft cover. NEW - S 9.95 

44 THE DARK ABYSS OF TIME. 
Rossi P 1984 Univ Chicago Press, 
IL, 338p., ill., cloth, dj. - S 25.00 

5952 BENEATH COLD SEAS. 
Exploring Cold Temperate Waters 
of North America. Rotman JL & 

Al 1983 Van Nostrand Reinhold, 
NY, 154p., 100+ col. ill., cloth, d 
■ S 29.95 

640 THE MEANING OF FOSSILS. 
Episodes in the History of 
Paleontology. Rudwick MJS 1985 
Univ. Chicago Press, IL, 288p., 

ill., SB - $ 11.95 

7211 INDEX NUDIBRANCHIA a 
catalog of the literature 1554- 
1965. Russell HD 1971 Delaware 
Mus. Nat. Hist., 141p., SB - S 

19.95 

885 PACIFIC INTERTIDAL LIFE. A 
guide to organisms of rocky reefs 
and tide Russo R & Olha 1981 
Nature Study Guild, Berkeley, CA, 
62p., ill., soft cover. NEW - S 
1.50 

686 SIMON & SCHUSTER’S 
GUIDE TO SHELLS. Sabelli Bruno 
1980 Simon & Schuster, NY, 

512p., 357+ col.ill., SB - $ 9.95 

8023 SPIRALS FROM THE SEA. 
Safer JF & Gil 1982 Clarkson N. 
Potter, Inc., NY, 192p., 105col.&B- 
W ill., HB. ♦ $ 19.95 

7070 SHELLS IN COLOR. 

Sandved K & Ab 1976 112p., col. 

ill., SB - S 19.95 

7321 SHELLS, AN ILLUSTRATED 
GUIDE TO A TIMELESS AND 
FASCINATING WORLD. Saul M 
1974 192p., col. ill., HB - $ 17.95 

102 ABOUT SHARKS. Scharp H 
1979 Naturegraph, Happy Camp, 
CA, 65p., ill., SB - $ 5.95 

112 THE DANGEROUS LIFE OF 
THE SEA HORSE. Illustrated by 
Gwen Cole. Schlein M 1986 
Macmillan, NY, 48p., ill., cloth, 
reinforced binding, dj. - $ 12.95 

29 FISHWATCHER'S FIELD GUIDE 
CARD, (about 80 Florida & 
Caribbean fish Seahawk Press 
Seahawk Press, Miami, FL, 6x9in 
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28 FIELD GUIDE TO MARINE 
INVERTEBRATES CARD, (about 50 
Inverlebrate Seahawk Press 1980 
Seahawk Press, Miami, FL, 6x9in 
color plastic card. - $ 4.95 


123 RED SEA. Fishwatcher’s Field 
Guide Card, (about 70 fish 
species Seahawk Press 1982 
Seahawk Press, Miami, FL, 6x9in 
color plastic card. - $ 4.95 

69 REEFCOMBER’S GUIDE'TO 
FLORIDA. BERMUDA. BAHAMAS & 
CARIBBEAN. Seahawk Press 1982 
Seahawk Press. Miami, FL, 6x9in 
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115 HAWAII. FishwatcheTs Field 
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species Seahawk Press 1983 
Seahawk Press, Miami, FL. 6x9in 
color plastic card. - S 4.95 

64 GREAT BARRIER REEF. 
Fishwatcher’s Field Guide, (about 
50 fish species Seahawk Press 
1985 Seahawk Press, Miami, FL, 
6x9in color plastic card. - S 4.95 

82 SHELLS. Beachcomber’s Field 
Guide Card. Tropical Atlantic, 
Caribbean Seahawk Press 1986 
Seahawk Press, Miami, FL, 6x9in 
color plastic card. • S 4.95 

55 A FIELD GUIDE TO 
CARIBBEAN REEF INVERTE- 
BRATES. Sefton N & Web 1986 
Sea Challengers, Monterey, CA, 
112p., col.ill., SB - $ 19.95 

246 SHELLCRAFT CREATIONS. 
Sexton GV 1981 Great Outdoors, 
FL. 32p., ill., 5.5x8.5in SB - S 
1.00 

247 SHELLCRAFT NECKLACES. 
Sexton GV 1981 Great Outdoors, 
FL, 32p., ill., 5.5x8.5in SB - $ 

1.00 

467 SAUDI ARABIAN SEASHELLS. 
Sharabati D 1981 VNU 
International, 119p., col. ill., cloth, 
dj. - S 26.95 

855 RED SEA SHELLS. Sharabati 
D 1984 Routledge Kegan & Paul, 
NY, 128p., col. ill., SB. - $ 17.95 

219 THE 1985 INTERNATIONAL 
DIRECTORY OF CONCHOLO- 
GISTS. Shell Cabinet 1985 Shell 
Cabinet. Nokesville, VA, 64p., 
135x215mm, soft cover. - $ 5.00 

59 ECOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA 
OF THE MARINE ANIMALS OF 
THE INDO-PACIFIC. Shirai; S 1986 
Shin Nippon Tosho Co. Ltd., 

Tokyo, 352p., 1000+col.ill., cloth, 

- $ 90.00 

116 THE BOOK OF SHELLS. 
Siekman L 1965 Great Outdoors, 
FL, 80p.. col.&B-W ill., 8.5x1 lin, 

SB - $ 3.95 

196 HANDBOOK OF SHELLS. 
Siekman L 1982 Great Outdoors, 
FL, 48p., col.&B-W ill., 5.5x8.5in, 
SB - $ 2.95 

43 PACIFIC NORTHWEST 
SALMON COOKBOOK. Smitch C 
etal 1983 ill., SB - $ 9.95 

7170 FIELD GUIDE TO NON- 
MARINE MOLLUSCS OF SOUTH- 
EASTERN AUSTRALIA. Smith BJ 
& Ker 1979 Australian Museum, 
285p., B-W ill., SB. - $ 13.95 

96 THE SEASHORE BOOKL 
Introduction by Selma Lanes. 

Smith EB 1912 Houghton Mifflin, 
Boston, NY, 85p., col. ill., HB, dj. 

- $ 12.95 

847 COMMON SEASHORE LIFE 
OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. 
Smith L 1962 Naturegraph, Happy 
Camp, CA, 66p., 11 col. photos, 
figs., SB ■ $ 5.95 

7374 REVIEW OF THE 
VOLUTIDAE. Smith M 1942 127p.. 
26pls., cloth, dj. • S 18.95 

128 EXPLORING THE SEASHORE 
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, 
WASHINGTON AND OREGON. 
Snively G 1978 Gordon Soules 
Book Publ., Ltd., 240p.. 32pls., 
100+figs, SB - $ 12.95 

7551 THESARUS CONCHLIORUM 
OR MONOGRAPHS OF GENERA 
OF SHELLS. Sowerby GB L P 
Burnay. 21 p., 8 col. pis., RPT, SB 
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7554 THESARUS CONCHLIORUM 
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7553 THESARUS CONCHLIORUM 
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7555 THESARUS CONCHLIORUM 
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7550 THESARUS CONCHLIORUM 
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7552 THESARUS CONCHLIORUM 
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Burnay, 37p., Scol.pIs., RPT, SB - 
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158 SEACOAST LIFE. AN 
ECOLOGICAL GUIDE TO 
NATURAL SEASHORE COMMUNIT- 
IES IN Spitsberg JM 1980 Univ 
North Carolina, 112p., ill., SB - S 

6.95 

79 MARINE AQUARIUM KEEPING. 
The science animals and art. 
Spotte S 1973 John Wiley & 

Sons, NY, 171p., 15col.pls., 65 
photos. 23figs. SB - S 12.95 

7499 SHELLS OF THE 
PHILIPRNES. Springsteen FJ 1986 
Carfei Seashell Mus., Manila, 

377p., lOOcol.pls., cloth, d - S 
80.00 

239 DIVERS GUIDE TO FLORIDA 
AND THE FLORIDA KEYS. 
Stachowicz Jim 1985 Windward 
Publ., Miami, FL, 64p., col.&B-W 

ill., maps, 5.8x - $ 4.50 

259 THE SAND DOLLAR. Stahly 
G & Sta 1981 The Artisan, 32p., 

ill., SB - $ 1.95 

482 SHELLCRAFT SECRETS. 

Stahly G & Sta 1982 The Artisan, 
32p., ill., SB - S 1.95 

8009 AN ARTISTS CATCH. Stick 
F & Stic Univ. NC Press, 304p., 
285 col. pis., 8.5x8in, HB 
(Boxed). - $ 25.95 

6951 THE SHELL Stix H &Abbolt 
1984 Harry N Abrams, NY, 188p., 
col. ill., new HB - S 14.95 

7895 THE SNOUTERS. Form and 
Life of the Rhinogrades. Epilogue 
by Gerould Stumpke H 1967 
Univ. Chicago Press, IL 118p., 

ill., SB • $ 4.95 

58 SEASHELL TREASURES OF 
THE CARIBBEAN. Sutty L 1986 
Dutton, NY, 128p., 138col.pls., 
cloth, dj. - $ 19.95 

7157 EXOTIC CONCHOLOGY or 
drawings and descriptions of rare, 
beautiful or Swainson W 1834 
Delaware Museum NH, xxiv + 48p. 

+ 48col. pis., cloth, 1968 RPT. - 
$ 17.95 

45 LIFE AND DEATH OF THE 
SALT MARSH. Teal J & Teal 1971 
Ballantine Books, 274p., ill., SB - 
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3444 DRAGERMAN’S HAUL The 
personal history of a Connecticut 
fishing Thompson E 1984 The 
Book & Tackle Shop, 277p., ill., 
SB - $ 10.00 

9707 THE AQUATIC SNAILS OF 
THE FAMILY HYDROBIIDAE OF 
PENINSULAR FLORIDA. Thompson 
FG 1968 Univ. Florida Press, 
Gainesville, 26dp., 69figs. & pis., 
clot - $ 19.95 

14 THE AUDUBON SOCIETY 
FIELD GUIDE TO NORTH 
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1982 Alfred A Knopf, NY, 846p., 
500+ ill.(col.&line), flexible cove - 
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50 THE DIVERS GUIDE TO MAUI. 
Thorne C 1964 Maul Dive Guide, 
Kahulul, HI, 80p., III., SB. • $ 

6.95 

17 THE DIVERS GUIDE TO 
HAWAII. Thorne C & Zit 1984 
Hawaii Diver’s Guide, 24dp., col. 

& 8-W ill., SB - $ 9.95 

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Warmke G & Abb 1975 Dover 
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7262 OLIVE SHELLS OF THE 
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1987 


MAY 

Southern California Academy of Scienc- 
es. May 8-9, 1987 Annual Meeting, Califor- 
nia State University, Los Angeles. California. 
Southern California Ichthyologists, American 
Cetacean Society & Southern California 
Association of Marino Invertebrate Taxono- 
mists. 

Cape Cod Whale Watch. May 15-17, con- 
tact American Littoral Society, Highlands, 
New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Red Knols/Horshoe Crabs, Delaware Bay, 
May 17, contact American Littoral Society, 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291- 
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Pine Barrens Weekend I, June 5-7, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New 
Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Maine Coast Weekend, June 11-14, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New 
Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Montauk Weekend, June 19-21, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlcinds, New 
Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

SIC87, 6®^® Salon International du Co- 
quillage, June 20-21, Lausanne, Switzer- 
land. Contact Dr. Ted W. Baer, CH-1602 La 
Croix, Switzerland. Phone (0)21 39 37 71. 

Western Society of Malacologists, June 
21-25, San Diego State University, San 
Diego. Contact: Carole M. Hertz, San Die- 
go Natural History Museum, PO Box 1390, 
San Diego, CA92112, (619) 277-6359 home. 

Conchologists of America, June 23-27, 
Doys Inn at the Arch, St. Louis, Missouri, 
Contact: Alan Oettleman, 4045 Centra! Lane, 
Granite City, IL 62040. (618) 931-7374 week- 
ends. 

Third International Symposium on Mar- 
ine Biology & Evolution in the Pacific, 26 
June-3 July, Hong Kong. Convenors - Uni- 
versity of Hong Kong & Western Society of 
Naturalists. Contact: Prof. D.H. Montgomery, 
Biological Sciences Dept., Cal Poly State 
University, San Luis Obispo, CA 93407. 

Gulf Stream Billfish Tagging, Hatteras, 
June 28, contact American Littoral Society, 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291- 
0555 

JULY 

Wreck Diving I, July 12, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 
07732, (201) 291-0555 

Island Ecology, Isle of Shoals, July 17-20, 
contact American Littoral Society. High- 
lands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Shark Tagging, July 18, contact American 
Littoral Society, Highlands, New Jersey 
07732. (201) 291-0555 

American Matacological Union, July 19- 
23, 53rd Annual Meeting, Casa Marina 
Resort, Key West, Florida. Contact: William 
G. Lyons, Florida Dept. Natural Resources, 
100 Eighth Ave. S.E., St. Petersburg, FL 
33701. (813) 896-8626 

Jacksonville Shell Show & Auction. July 
30-August 2, Flag Pavilion, Jacksonville 
Beach, Florida, Contact: Allan Walker, 1036 
Montes Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32205. (904) 
781-1553 

AUGUST 

Annual Crab Feast, Oxford. Maryland. Aug- 
ust 2, contact American Littoral Society, 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291- 
0555 

Wreck Diving II, August 9, contact 
American Littoral Society. Highlands, New 
Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Shellfishing and Coastal Management A 
Global Perspective, August 19-21, Hofstra 
University, Long Island, NY. Contact: Terry 
Baker, Associate Dean, School of Education, 
Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 11550. 


XVI Pacific Science Congress, August 20- 
30, Korea. Contact Prof. Choon Ho Park, 
Secretary-General, K.P.O. Box 1008, Seoul 
110, Korea. Phone: (2)733-4478. 

SEPTEMBER 

Pine Barrens Weekend II. September Il- 
ls, contact American Littoral Society, 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291- 
0555 

Wreck Diving III, September 20, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New 
Jersey 07732, (201) 291-0555 

Cape May Blrding Weekend I, September 
25-27. contact American Littoral Society, 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291- 
0555 

Guam Shell Fair, September 26-27, 22nd 
Annual Shell Fair of the Guam Shell Club, 
Agana, Guam. Contact: Capt. Alex Roth, 
Jr., Guam Shell Club, P.O. Box 7867, 
Tamuning, GU 96911. 

OCTOBER 

American Littoral Society, 26th Annual 
Meeting (Tentative), October 9-12, contact 
American Littoral Society, Highlands, New 
Jersey 07732. (201) 291-0555 

Cape May Blrding Weekend II, October IS- 
IS, contact American Littoral Society, 
Highlands, New Jersey 07732. (201) 291- 
0555 

NOVEMBER 

Suwannee River Canoe/Camp, November 
4-8, contact American Littoral Society, 
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SHELLS and SEA LIFE - volume 19, Number 5 


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The Remarkable Mind of 
S. Stillman Berry 

by 

Michael E.Q. Pilson 

The University of Rhode Island 
Graduate School of Oceanography 
Narragansett Bay Campus 
Narragansett, Rl 02882-1197 


The excellent memorial to Dr. S. Stillman 
Berry (Brookshire, 1984) vividly recalled to mind 
my own short acquaintance with this unusual 
man. The circumstances may be of interest to 
those who knew him as a student of the 
molluscs. 

In 1960, when I was a graduate student at 
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, I was 
collecting for experimental purposes a number 
of quite small abalone (H. fulgcns), and I kept 
these in a large seavirater tank in Ritter Hall. 
One day one of the abalone was only a clean 
empty shell, with no flesh left. Startled, I 
looked everywhere for a starfish or something, 
but found nothing. Examining the shell, I held 
it up to the light; strong sunlight from the 
window made it possible to see a tiny hole, 
pinprick size, in the shell within the area of the 
muscle scar. Further examination of the tank 
disclosed a small Octopus (O. bimaculatus) 
hiding in a dark corner behind a brick. (Later I 
learned the octopus had been placed there by 
another student needing temporary storage.) 
Mystified, 1 asked among the biology professors 
at Scripps, but none had ever heard of such a 
thing. I set out to prove that the octopus was 
doing it, and isolated one octopus with one 
abalone in a large glass jar with running 
seawater and a tight lid. Two days later the 
abalone was only an empty shell, with a tiny 
hole in it; under a magnifying glass the hole had 
a characteristic oval shape, unlike that made by 
any other known predator. 

Several days in the library, reading absolutely 
everything I could find on octopus natural 
history and feeding behavior, convinced me that 
this phenomenon was entirely unknown. Sev- 
eral observant authors had indeed noted 
octopus sitting over shell fish, "patiently 
tugging." No one knew that they drilled holes 
with their radula. 

Since I thought of this as my first real 
discovery In natural history, I was especially 
thorough in the library, and went through every 
issue of the Zoological Record back to 1900, 
searching every plausible indexed reference to 
octopus behavior or feeding. 


After more experiments, I, along with my 
colleague Peter Taylor who was working on fish 
toxins and undertook to examine the effects of 
the poison from the salivary glands of the 
octopus, wrote a paper on the subject and 
submitted it to Science. 

The v.'ord about octopus drilling holes passed 
from person to person up the coast among the 
active sub-culture of shell enthusiasts in 
California. One day I received a phone call 
from Stillman Berry, whom I thought of as a sort 
of legendary figure. He said that he had been 
told of my discovery, and, after we talked a 
while, he said he was going to have some one 
drive him down to San Diego, and could he 
visit? Of course, 1 v/as thrilled. A tew days 
later he showed up and we spent a happy 
couple of hours together. He was at that time 
73 years old. He wanted to see exactly how 
the discovery had been made, and details of 
every experiment (by then 1 had shown that 
larger octopus make larger holes and that many 
other species besides abalone are prey). He 
told me that he had for many years been an 
avid collector, and that hundreds of times, upon 
close examination of shells picked up on the 
beach, he had seen the characteristic holes, but 
ho had never known v^hat made them. Finally, 
he asked if he could have the small abalone 
shell in which I had first observed the hole. He 
wanted the type specimen. I'm sort of a 
squirrel myself, and didn’t want to give it up, so 
I offered him too or three syntypes, which I 
designated on the spot. He took these, but I 
could see that he was disappointed. 

Some days later I received the galley proofs 
of the paper from Science, and shortly after that 
a letter from Stillman Berry. He reported that 
during the drive back to Redlands he began to 
be nagged by the thought that he had indeed 
once seen a publication stating that octopus 
can bore holes in the shells of certain molluscs. 
It worried and worried him, and ho spent several 
days searching his library. Finally ho found it, 
and he called my attention to Fugita (1910). 


In 1916 Stillman Berry had obtained a copy of 
Fugita’s paper. It was printed entirely in 
Japanese, with no English subtitles nor abstract. 
Dr. Berry had obtained an English translation 
which was attached to the original with a rusty 
straight pin. They had been filed in his library 
ever since, and he thought he had not looked at 
the paper between 1916 and 1961. Fugita had 
investigated a plague of octopus that was 
alleged to be damaging an oyster fishery in 
Japan. He had shown by careful experiment 
that octopus drill characteristic holes in the 
shells of oysters, that of the too pairs of salivary 
glands only one pair produced poison, and he 
ascribed the drilling to the action of the radula. 
He even mapped the frequency of holes by area 
on the shell. It was a good piece of work. 

Chagrined, I went back to the Zoological 
Record, and discovered the paper in the serial 
listings, but not indexed so that I could have 
found it. Of course, I had to add a note to our 
paper in proof (pilson & taylor, i96i), to the 
effect that I had been scooped, and by 45 years. 

This story provides some insight into the 
workings of the human mind. How remarkable 
that Stillman Berry should be able to call back 
from memory such a paper, after so long. 
Even more extraordinary is the report that he 
had himself seen those holes hundreds of 
times, and never made the connection. 

While I don’t know for sure, it seems likely 
that Stillman Berry was then the only man alive 
in the western world who could have found 
Fugita’s paper for me. Whether knowledge of 
it or of the phenomenon was then current in 
Japan I don’t know, though it could have been 
through oral tradition alone. Later I learned 
from Mr. Alfred M. Bailey, then director of the 
Denver Museum of Natural History, that children 
in the Galapagos were aware that octopus 
drilled holes in shells, and I also heard third 
hand that Conrad Limbaugh may have been 
aware of it as well, as had a number of shell 
collectors. 

REFERENCES 

Brookshire, J.W. 1984. Or. S. Stillman Berry 1887-1984. 

Shells and Sea Life 16; 58-59, photo. 

Fugita, S. 1916. [On the boring of a small hole In the shell of 
the Japanese pearl oyster by Polypus vulgaris.] 
Dobutsugaku Zasshi 28: 250-257. [in Japanese; title 
translated] 

Pilson, M.E.Q. & P.B. Taylor. 1961. Hole drilling by Octopus. 
Science 134: 1366-1368. 


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on the DRIFTLINE 

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from Texas 

Chris Garvie has moved back to Texas, near 
Houston. His address is: Mr. Christopher L. 
Garvie, 11800 Grant Road, Apt. 4413, Cypress, 
TX 77429. 

from Alaska 

Rae Baxter visited over several days this 
month while he was picking up his son from 
Humboldt State University. On the 14th of 
May, they headed back to Alaska and Rae will 
be out on the boats until sometime in October 
or early November. 

We will be publishing some of his draft keys 
to fish and mollusks during the coming 
months. In addition, we hope to photograph 
his study collection of Arctic mollusks and print 
the photos to complement his large work on 
mollusks. 

Rae notes Octopus dofleini boring holes in 
skate egg cases (genus Bathyraia) in the 
Aleutian Island area. Gulf of Alaska. Cases 
maintained in live tanks on the fishing vessel 
"Let's Go" (September, 1986). Approximately 
150 skate egg cases were examined for the 
presence of Adansonii (limpet-like mollusk) and 
most of the cases had holes chewed in them. 
In one case (the skate egg case taken directly 
from the octopus) the embryonic fluid leaked 
from the hole. The hole was approximately 4 
X 5mm and rough at the edges. - rae Baxter, 

Red Mountain, Via Homer, AK 99603 

from Southern California 

The Southern California Academy of Sci- 
ences held their 1937 Annual Meeting at Cal 
State Los Angeles, May 8-9. Friday, May 8, 
had sessions all day followed by a wine/- 
cheese party in the late afternoon and the 
annual banquet in the evening. Saturday had 
sessions all day with concurrent sessions in the 
afternoon. 

Friday morning sessions: ANTHROPOLOGY 
TAnimals, Culture, and Society,") chaired by 
Catherine Read-Martin of CSULA's Anthropol- 
ogy Dept.); VERTEBRATE BIOLOGY & PHYSI- 
OLOGY (chaired by Alan Muchlinski . CSULA 
Biology Dept.); and the High School Section 
(with 16 SCAS Research Training students). 
■ Afternoon : FOLKLORE & MYTHOLOGY ("Ani- 
mal, Vegetable, Mineral, and Fieldv/ork in 
Folklore," coordinated by Robin Evanchuk of 
UCLA’s Folklore & Mythology Program and 
Norine Dresser of CSULA's English Dept., who 
chaired the session); ECOLOGY & ENVIRON- 
MENTAL SCIENCE (chaired by Carlos Robles . 
CSULA Biology Dept.); and the continuing High 
School Section, with Margaret Jefferson . CSU- 
LA Biology Dept., as chair. 

Saturday, May 9, All SCAMIT & 

Ichthyologist sessions. " Afternoon : American 
Cetacean Society. SCAMIT's all-day section of 
marine science papers honored Donald 
Reish . in the program coordinated by John 
Dorsey and Leslie Harris . John Dorsey chaired 
the morning session: David Monaaane the 
afternoon. SOUTHERN "CAUFORNIA ICHTHY- 
OLOGISTS: Larry Allen and Dave Stoltz 
coordinated the Ichthyologists' all-day program, 
which LLarry chaired in the morning; Camm 
Swift in the afternoon. AMERICAN CETACEAF] 
SOCIETY: Diana McIntyre and Joanne Smalley 
coordinated the ACS program, which Donald R. 
Patten , ACS National President, chaired. 


from Arizona 

Russell L. Ciochon will be moving from 
Arizona to Iowa permanently within the next two 
or three months. 

from Oregon 

William J. Ritter will be heading to Alaska for 
another Salmon purse-sein season in early 
June and will be gone for about four months. 

from Russia 

April 7-9, 1987, the 8th All-Union Meeting of 
the Investigation of Molluscs met in Leningrad. 
The meetings were held at the Zoological 
Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the 
USSR. The abstracts will appear in June and 
include communications from Minichev, Rogin- 
Skaya and others. - I.S. ROGINSKAYA, Academician, 
Petrovsky Str. 3, apt. 46, Moscow, 117410, USSR. 

from Virginia 

... building a display room (5th cabinet in 
work now), and trying to keep up with 
correspondence. New job with the Navy 
keeps me busy with lots of long hours. No 
steam left when I come home. Have set up 
two saltwater tanks - one for local fish and the 
other for molluscs. One is too crowded and 
the other has a “hermit crab" which vacated the 
local moon shell for a damaged South African 
Trochus. Current Project - built a dredge to 
survey the lower Chesapeake Bay for number 
of species available. Have not had time to 
drag it! 

Tried diving - the visibility is so poor (inches) 
that I gave up. Besides, old men don't need 
to play in all that current anyway. Most of 
what's available is buried in the sand (bivalves) 
so dredge is the way to go. 

Sorry to subject you to the chicken scratch- 
ing but am watching the fish to see who eats 
"sand fleas". I am looking for a supplier of live 
Cyps for the one tank. - tom shepherd, 222 Beech 

St., Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

from North Carolina 

Katherine Hill, 443 Lake Shore Drive, Sunset 
Beach, NC 28459, wants to exchange world- 
wide EPITONIIDAE. 

from the Editor 

We are finally getting close to on schedule 
but several notes are very late to appear this 
month. The June issue should be mailed on 
or about June 1. 

IN MEMORIAM 

Joseph DuShane died earlier this year. Joe 
was a long-time supporter of the Conchological 
Club of Southern California and the Western 
Society of Malacologists. 

Russ Pethtel (Tempe, AZ) died this May, 
while recovering from an automobile accident. 
He was a member and President-Elect of the 
Southwestern Malacological Society. 


SHELLS and SEA LIFE - volume is. Number 5 

from Canada 

The Ross Lemire shell library has been 
P’jrchased (see S&SL Nov. 1983). Thank you 
for your interest. 

from St. Louis 

COA Convention '87: Meet me in St. Louis. 
"Enjoy the Spirit of St. Louis a.td the best in 
shells by attending the loth Anniversary 
Conchologists of America Ccnvention in down- 
town St. Louis, Missouri. The Convention, 
centered at Days Inn at the Arch, starts at 2 
p.m. on Tuesday, June 23, and runs through 
Saturday, June 27. Be there at the start and 
everyday throughout for the door prizes. And 
what door prizesi Shells, shell books, related 
items! And then, on Friday morning, your 
hosts, the St. Louis Shell Club, will give away a 
Lambis violacea. Tuesday evening will bring a 
party: extensive hors d'oeuvres and wine and 
soda, hosted by the St. Louis Club. 

"Tuesday afternoon, all day Wednesday, and 
Thursday morning will feature spectacular 
programs on shells and shelling. How would 
you like to learn how to collect your very own 
Glory of the Sea Cone or Golden Cowry in 
shallow water? Or experience the wonders of 
shelling Jamaica, Indonesia, the Baja and other 
exotic shores? If you don’t know about the 
Midwestern shell fauna, we have a program we 
guarantee you'll enjoy. We're especially pleas- 
ed that Twila Bratcher, co-author of the new 
Terebra book, has agreed to talk on that large 
and interesting family. A time will also be set 
aside for club members to buy or exchange 
your pins, T-shirts and other club items with 
other COA members. 

"Wednesday evening is the AUCTIONI Well- 
known shell dealer Marty Gill will serve as the 
Auctioneer, offering shells, shell books and 
related items from inexpensive to rare. There 
will also be two silent auctions during the 
convention. All auction proceeds go directly 
to COA for their scholarship, publication and 
award programs. Thursday evening is a 
pleasant Dinner Cruise aboard the paddle- 
wheeler Huck Finn. Transportation will be 
provided to the riverfront under the Gateway 
Arch for this 2-1/2 hour cruise on the 'Mighty 
Mississipp'. 

"Thursday afternoon and Saturday afternoon 
are free times to explore downtown shopping, 
museums and other attractions. A guided 
walking tour is available Thursday afternoon, 
including a ride to the top of the Arch and a 
tour of the Museum of Western Expansion. 
The Arch is just one long city block from the 
hotel. Saturday afternoon a bus will be 
available to show you some of the highlights of 
St. Louis, with stops at the Missouri Botanical 
Gardens with its famous Climatron greehouse, 
extensive rose gardens (in June!) and the 
largest Japanese garden in North America. 
You’ll also have time to visit Union Station, the 
largest railroad yard In the world, converted to a 
dining and shopping experience you should 
enjoy. 

"Saturday evening is the entertainment 
highlight of the Convention, with a super 
banquet, a noted guest speaker, and maybe a 
surprise or two. 

"V\/hat? No shells to find? How about one 
of the largest arrays of shell dealers in the 
world, all in one room? It’s the Bourse, of 
course! Dealers from across the United States 
and several foreign nations will be there to 
show their wares. Friday after the business 
meeting, Friday evening and Saturday morning 
are reserved exclusively for the Bourse. You'll 
find shells from inexpensive to the fabulously 
rare, AND you'll have a chance to meet the 
dealers, ask those questions, or just 'talk 
shells’." 


pncLi-o anq ocm uirc - volume ^ 9 , Numoer 5 


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Seafood 

Sea Vegetables 

Lynda Pozel , Co-op Home Economist, North Coast Cooperative, Eureka, California. 


Sea vegetables are becoming a very import- 
ant feature in natural foods cookery because of 
their delicious new flavors and incredible 
amount and variety of nutrients. Words like 
kombu, wakame (also called alaria), sea palm, 
nori, arame, hiziki, and agar are now known 
throughout the country. 

Judith Madlener in The Sea Vegetable Book , 
(the main source for this report) defines sea 
vegetables as "the edible, wild plants of the 
oceans ... which form the lush, natural, 
underwater 'gardens’ proliferating along most of 
our continental shelves". More specifically, sea 
vegetables are primitive, photosynthesizing 
plants composed of a blade (like a leaf), a stipe 
(or stem), and a holdfast (rootlike). The plants 
take nourishment through the entire surface of 
the blades directly from seawater. 


Sea Palm 


blades or fronds 



Since the beginning of history, sea vege- 
tables (more commonly and unconsciously 
called seaweed) have been eaten as a year- 
round source of fresh or dried vegetables. Sea 
vegetables continue to hold an important place 
in the daily diet of many of the world’s peoples. 
In China, Japan and Korea cultivation goes on 
in practically every bay and stretch of usable 
coast. Russians prepare them with land 
vegetables and call fhe dish sea cabbage. In 
the Siberian northlands they are fermented into 
alcoholic beverages. In the British Isles they 
are made into a breakfast treat and in Canada 
sea vegetables are nibbled with beer in pubs. 
Eskimos get up to half their Vitamin C from 
seaweed. In this country, sea vegetable 
gatherers are found on both coasts, harvesting 
as the Native Americans have always done. 

Sea vegetables possess the full range of 
vitamins and are rich in vitamins A, E, niacin, C, 
B1, B12, and panthothenic and folic acids. 
They contain highly digestible proteins, up to 
25% by weight. Sea vegetables, however, are 
best known for their high concentrations of 
minerals Including phosphorous, calcium, io- 
dine and iron. One tablespoon of cooked 
hiziki seaweed is equivalent to one glass of milk 
! in its calcium content. 


You may be surprized to find that seaweeds 
don’t taste salty, containing only 2-8% salt, 
some of which can be leached out if the soaking 
water is discarded. 

To prepare sea vegetables, soak in water for 
10-20 minutes until fully softened and expand- 
ed; cut into smaller pieces for cooking. These 
steps are not required when using them in 
soups or beans where you may simply add 
them dry to the pot. For ages in the Orient, 
sea vegetables have been cooked with beans to 
enhance their digestibility, as bay leaves have 
been used in Europe. When the beans are 
cooked the sea vegetables completely dissolve 
with a stir. All the minerals are cooked into the 
beans. 

Other culinary uses for seaweeds are in 
salads, casseroles, trail mixes, as a seasoning 
for the table, or wrapped around rice in sushi or 
rice balls. 

Glossary 

Agar-Agar (Kantcn); This useful sea gelatin 
comes in easy-to-use bars or flakes which 
dissolve in liquid and set up without refrigera- 
tion. Agar-agar is odorless, tasteless, and 
colorless, yet being high in certain carbohy- 
drates is popular with weight watchers looking 
for quality complex polysaccharides (filling yet 
not fattening). Used as a jello substitute or for 
puddings, pie fillings and even dairy-free 
homemade ice cream. 

Dulse: Often eaten fresh, this dried leafy sea 
vegetable is used as a condiment when ground 
up or it may be mixed with grains or vegetables 
and in soups or salads - very high in easily 
digestible proteins. 

Hiziki: A stringy grass type of sea vegetable, 
hiziki is generally boiled with a little soy sauce 
added to the water for a tasty broth and can be 
mixed with other cooked vegetables or used 
cold in salads. 

Arame: Another stringy type of sea vegetable, 
arame has a milder flavor than hiziki. It 
reconstitutes quickly, and may be used as is 
without further cooking in salads, or cooked 
briefly with other vegetables. 

Kelp: This finely ground powder can be added 
easily to all cooking recipes and is particularly 
nice in breads, waffles and other grain or bean 
dishes. 

Kombu: A delightful soup stock made from 
soaking or boiling these broad flat sections of 
kombu helps to cleanse fat and cholesterol from 
the blood and prevents constipation and 
hardening of the arteries. The kombu may be 
reused by cutting and placing it on the bottom 
of the pot when cooking other vegetables. 
Kombu is the sea vegetable most often used in 
cooking beans, a 6-inch piece per 2 cups of dry 
beans. 

Wakame: This thin leafy vegetable is easily 
digested after soaking, and makes into delic- 
ious soups or salads. 


Nori: Distributed in thin sheets of ten to a 
package, nori is easily roasted on one side only, 
and used to wrap rice in balls or rolls of as a 
garnish chopped in small pieces. 


Cabbage Salad with Ginger Dressing 

1 cup cooked shredded kombu 

2 cups shredded red cabbage 
4 cups shredded cabbage 

1 cup sliced radish 

Cook kombu in boiling water for 1 minute, 
drain & rinse in cold water. Toss kombu with 
cabbage & radish. 

Dressing: 

1 teaspoon fresh grated ginger 

2 cloves garlic, minced 
2 tablespoons tamari 

2 tablespoons honey 
2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil 
1 tablespoon sesame tahini 
1 cup rice vinegar 
1/2 cup water 

Combine ingredients & blend until smooth. 
Pour over salad, toss to combine. 

Sauteed Dulse and Vegetables 
1 cup dulse, washed, soaked & sliced 
1/2 cup carrots, sliced 
1/2 cup daikon, sliced 
sesame oil 

small amount of tamari 

Lightly oil skillet with sesame oil, saute 
carrots & daikon 5-7 minutes over medium, stir 
to keep from burning. Add dulse and several 
drops tamari. Cover, simmer over low 10 
minutes. Remove cover and cook off excess 
liquid. 

Kombu, Shiitake, & Bonita Flake Stock 

1 3-iriCh strip kombu 
5-6 cups water 

4-5 shiitake 

2 tablespoons bonita flakes 

Place kombu and shiitake in water, bring to a 
boil. Boil 1-2 minutes, remove kombu, dry & 
save to use again. Reduce heat and simmer 
shiitake another 3-4 minutes, remove, dry & 
save. Add bonita, simmer 3-4 minutes, turn off 
heat. When bonita settles to bottom, pour off 
clear broth. Save bonita to use again. Next 
time you use the ingredients, boil a bit longer 
for good flavor. 

Blueberry Kanten 

1 pint blueberries, washed 

2 cups water 

2 cups apple juice 
pinch of salt 

5 tablespoons agar agar flakes 

Put all ingredients in pot, mix well. Bring to 
a boil; reduce flame to low and simmer 2-3 
minutes. Place in a shallow bowl, chill until 
hardened. Serve. 


Article prepared In co-ordination with Meredith McCarty, 
author of American Macrobiotic Cuisine : co-director East-West 
Center for Macrobiotics. Reproduced from Co-Op flyer with 
permission. 


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53 Abbott lA & 1978 HOW TO KNOW 
THE SEAWtGDS. 2nd ed. C.Y. 
Da-ATson 2nd autlior. Wm. C. Urown 
Co., Dubuque, lA, 141 p., 259 text 
figs., wire binding. USED • S7.50 

7000 "ApUM RT 1054 AMERICAN 
SEASHcLljS. lit ed. (The New 
Illustrated Naturc.lisl). Photos by F.M. 
Bayer. D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc., 
NY, 541p., 40,';ls., 1C0 te>1 fics., 
cloth. Many color plates. Excellent 
coverage. USED • SI 9.59 

009 Abbott RT 1955 ItOTiODUCING 
SE/\ SHELLS, A colorful guide for 
beginners to the secrets of sliell 
collecting, wiih fascinating intorma- 
tion on how shells live ar^d grow, 
stoiies about strejige shells, and full 
directions for Van Nostrand Co., Inc., 
iNY, 54p., 3 c keeping a shel! 
collection. • S6.50 

4321 Abbott RT 1961 HOW TO 
KNOW THE AMERICAN MARINE 
SHtLLS. , Signet Gcoks, 222p., 12 
col. pis., CO v.'orn & loose USED - 
$1.59 

4322 Abbott RT 19u2 SEA SHELLS 
0.^ THE WORLD. A guide to the 
better-known species. Western Pub- 
lisfvng, ICOp., col. ill., SB worn 
USED - S1.50 

SGD Abbott nr ic-ce si IELLS. Naluie 
Program, National Audubon Soclely. 
Nelson Doubicday & Co., NY, 63p., 
23 col. stamps + 0-W ill, Soft cover, 
almost perfect copy witli correction 
sheet. - $5.00 

688 Abbott RT 1DC3 SEA SHELLS Or 
NORTH AMERICA. Western Publish- 
ii'.g. 2C0p., color Ulus., Softbound 
1>UDE - $7.95 

7209 Abbott RT 1970 HOW TO 
KNOW THE AMERICAfJ MARINE 
SHELLS. 222p., 12 color pis., 

softbound. NEW - $2.50 

8813 Abbott RT 1975 AMERICAN 
MALACOLOGISTS. 1375 Supple- 
ment. American Malacologisls, 
Melbourne, FL p.495-609, soft- 
bound. few pencil ntarginal notes - 
$9.00 

710G Abbott RT 1273 SE/.SHELLS. 
Bantam Books, NY, 16Cp., ill. G3 
TR^DE • $3.D5 

613 Abbott RT 1S65 COLLECTICLE 
SHELLS OF THE SOUTHE^.STERN 
U.S. AND ^THG CARiEDEAN. Amer. 
Malacologisls, Melbourne, FI., Bfip., 
color iltus. CD TRADE - $4.95 

260 Abbott RT 12S5 SEACHELL3 OF 
THE WORLD. A Guido to Iho Bctter- 
hCr.O'.vn Species. Rov. Ed. V/esle:n 
Publishing, Racine, Wl, 160 ,j., col. 
ill. SB. TRADE - $2.05 

7124 Aoad.Nal.S.PhI 1920 ACAD- 
EMY YEAR COCKS. 1020-1930, 
missing 1921. Acad. Nat. Sci. 
f'hiladelphia, 10 years, ca. ICGp. 
each. V/orn, one cover lorn. USED - 
S95.C0 

7125 Acad.Nat.S.,'=hl 1026 ACAD- 
EMY YEAR EJCCKS, 1226-1923. 
Acad. Nat. Sci. f'luladelphia, 3 years, 
ctt. loop, eacl'i. \'/otn USED • $30.00 

1C39 Addicott V.'O 1970 f.VGCFf^lE 
GASTROPODS AND CIOSTRATI- 
GPAf'HY OF THE KERN RIVER 
AnciA, CALIFOitNiA. IJSCS f’rof. 
Pa.oer (642):i-iv -I- 174p.. 21pls., 9 
lijs., 9 tbis. wrapi. - $17.50 

3SC9 Addicclt WO St 1959 I ATE 
PLEISTOCENE INVER TEBPATES FR- 
OM PUNTA CABPLVS, BAJA CALI- 
FORNIA. MEXICO. A.merMNH Novi- 
tates (250l):1-33. tigs. 1-8. 8vo 
separate. - $4.35 

?SC3 Alcaldo O & 1259 A NEW 
OFERDUIATE tAND SIsAIL FROM 
HAITI. M.K. Jacobsen 2nd author. 
Nautilus, 72(4):111-11'5, pi. 12. - 
St.CO 

7251 Anderson E 1652 PLANTS, 
MAN e, LIFE. Unlv. Calif. Press, 
Uerke!c 7 , CA, 2'i1p., 111., 8vo S3 used 
- $4.95 


902 Anderson PM 1929 IV. MARINE 
MIOCENE AND RELATED DEPOSITS 
OF NORTH COLOMBIA. Proc. Cal 
Acad. ScL, 18(4):73-213, pis. 8-23, 
spiral binding, good photocopy - 
$6.00 

903 Anderson FM 1953 UPPER 
CRETACEOUS OF THE PACIFIC 
COAST. Gecl. Soc. Amer. Mem. 
71;37Sp.. pis. 1-75, 8vo cloth, 
sigiialure Inside cover - $37.80 

904 Anderson FM & 1925 FAUNA 
AND STRATIGRAPHIC REUTIONS 
OF THE TEJON EOCENE AT THE 
TYPE LOCALITY IN KERN COUNTY, 
CALIFORNIA. Occ. Pap. Calif. Acad. 
Sci., Xl;249p., 16pls., wraps, uncut, 
(most of plates on mollusksj smsdl 
owner stamp front cover. - $24.50 

52 Anderson 0 1985 GUIDE TO 
FLORIDA SEASHELLS. Winner En- 
terprises, FL, 56p., col. iil. SO - $3.95 

594 Andrews J 1931 TEXAS SHELLS. 
Univ Texas Press, Austin, TX, 156p., 
col. & E-W ill., S3 - $3.95 

25 Angel H 1973 SEA SHELLS OF 
THE SE/»SHCRE. Book 2. Jarrold 
Colour Publ., Nor/.ich, England, 
32p., col. III., SB - $3.50 

7186 Arrrett RH Jr & 1931 SIMON & 
SCHUSTER'S GUIDE TO INSECTS. 
fl.L. Jacques, Jr. 2r.d author. Simon 
& Schuster, Slip., co). ill. 4.5x7.5in, 
SB - $9.95 

907 Arnold AF 1901 THE SEA 
BEACH AT EBB TIDE. A guide to the 
study of the seaweeds and the lower 
animal life found between tide-marks 
vsiTilh more than 600 illustrations. 
Dover, 490p., Ulus., 1960 RPT, SQ 
minor soiling on covers • $4.50 

009 Arnold RE 1073 WHAT TO DO 
ABOUT BITES AND STINGS OF 
VENOMOUS ANIMALS. Collier Bo- 
oks, 122p., 111., paperback, cover 
soiled - $4.05 

7164 Arnold WH 1965 A GLOSSARY 
OF A THOUSAND-AND-ONE TERMS 
USED IN CONCHOLOGY. Veliger, 
7(Sup.):1-50, 155figs. SB cover 
damaged • $5.95 

62C0 Arreegros P 1958 COQUILLAG- 
ES MARINS. Payot Lausanne, 64p., 
ccl. 111., 100x150mm, French, HB 
Bookplate to Carl Thomas from 
Secretarial Gen. Belgium, worn - 
$5.95 

oil Atlenborough D 1579 LIFE ON 
EARTI I. A Natural History. Collins, 
London, 31 Op., ccl. ill., roySvo cloth, 
dj. - $16.95 

910 Automobile Ass 1972 SEASIDE 
QUIZZES. GAMES AND PUZZLES. 
D.Sl.FL Barnard compiler. Drive Pub!. 
Ltd.. U.K., 64p., III., 4.7x4.7in, soft 
cover, cover repaired • $2.00 

891 Axelrod HR & 1979 MARINE 
FISH. TFH Publ., Inc., Neptune, fJJ 
93p., col. & G-V/ ill., cr&vo Hard 
cover W E Burgess 2nd author. 
TRADE • $5.95 

6993 A.M.U. 1055 MOV/ TO 
COLLECT SHELLS. Ut. ed. Amer. 
r.Ltlacological Union, - $3.00 

7123 A.M.U. 1961 HOW TO 
COLLECT SHELLS. 2nd. ed. Amer. 
Malacclogical Unic.n, • $3.00 

205 A.M.U. 1974 HOW TO STUDY 
AND COLLECT SHELLS. 4!h ed. 
Amer. Malac. Union., 107p., illus. S3 
TRADE • $2.50 

810 A.M.U. 1075 BULLETTiN OF THE 
AMERICAN MALACOLGGICAL UN- 
ION, INC., for 1975. Joint Meeting of 
The Western Society of Malacolo- 
gists and Tiie American Malacclog- 
leal Union. San Diego, California 22- 

26 June 1975. Amer. Malac. Union, 
OSp., ill., 8 - $8.95 

873 Daily JL Jr 1933 THE 
FOUNDERS OF WEST COAST 
CONCHOLOGY. vWth: newspaper 
accounts of the conviction of lav/yer 
who embezieled Bail/s estate. 
Unpubi. manuscript presented to 
San Diego Shell Club, 24p. + 3p. X 
plastic clip binder cracking; readable 
photocopy. • S5.C0 


3004 Baker FC 1919 FRESH WATER 
MOLLUSCA FROM COLORADO AND> 
ALBERTA. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. 
Hist., 41(l3):527-539, 4ngs., separ- 
ate. • $3.00 

3003 Baker FC 1919 MOLLUSCA OF 
THE CROCKER LAND EXPEDITION 
TO NORTHWEST GREENLAND AND 
GRINNELL LAND. Bull. Amer. Mus. 
Nat. Hist., 41{11):479-517, 3pls., 
separate. - $4.50 

8003 Baker FC & 1930 NEW 
SPECIES OF MOLLUSKS. V.D.P. 
Spicer 2nd author. Trans. San Diego 
Soc. Nat. Hist., lOp., 2pls., separate. 

- $ 2.00 

8004 Baker FC & 1935 NEW 
SPECIES OF MOLLUSKS OF THE 
GENUS Triphora. Spicer 2nd author. 
Trans. San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist., 
8(7):35-46, pi. 5. separate. - $1,50 

1077 Baldwin EM & 1969 STUDY OF 
HEAVY METALS AND HEAVY 
MINERALS CN THE SOUTHERN 
OREGON CO.AST. S. Boggs, Jr. 2nd 
author. USGS Tech. Rep. no. 
2:126p., Olfigs., co). maps, append., 
4to. small tear repaired back cover; 
owner stamp erased - $12.50 

1137 Barnes RD 1963 INVERTE- 
BRATE ZOOLOGY. 1st ed. W.Q. 
Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 632p.. 

111., cr4lo cloth, very good condition. 

- $19.50 

1144 Barrett R & 1967 SHELLS & 
SHELLING. Florida, Gulf and 
Caribbean. The complete family 
guide to collecting and Identifica- 
tion. Hundreds of shells in color! D. 
Patterson 2nd editor. Post Publ. Co., 
64p., ccl. ill., 8vo, color soft cover, 
revised for 1970 edition, water stain, 
awner name - S4.00 

1143 Barrett R & 1970 SHELLS & 
SHELLIfJG. Florida, Gulf and South 
Atlantic. The complete family guide 
to collecting and identification. New 
full color edition. 0. Patterson 2nd 
editor. Fletcher Publ. Co., 64p., col. 

111., 8vo, color soft cover, revised as 
'first edition’ by S. Romashko & 
Windward Publishing 1984. cover 
soiled - $4.00 

922 Bartsch P 1907 Genus 
Macromphalina West Coast Amer- 
ica. Proc. USNM {1522):233. - $1.00 

021 Bartsch P 1907 Marine Mollusks 
from West Coast America. Proc. 
USNM, (1584):177-183. • $1.00 

920 Bartsch P 1907 Genus Eulima. 
Proc. USNM (1548):565-556. ■ $1.00 

923 Bartsch P 1907 NEW 
MOLLUSKS OF THE FAMILY 
VITRINELUDAE FROM THE WEST 
COAST OF AMERICA. Proc. USNM 
(1520) 32:167-176, figs. 1-11, 8vo 
wraps, number on cover • $1.00 

919 Bartsch P 1907 THE WEST 
AMERICAN MOLLUSKS OF THE 
GENUS Triphoris. Proc. USNM 
(1569) 33:249-262. pl. 16. 8vo wraps, 
owner name on cover - $2.40 

925 Bartsch P 1 909 A NEV/ SPECIES 
OF Cerithlopsis FROM ALASKA. 
Proc. USNM (1711) 37: 399-400, 1 
fig., 8vo wraps. [0. Stephens!] 
numbers on cover • $1.00 

926 Bartsch P 1910 THE V/EST 
AMERICAN MOLLUSKS OF THE 
GENUS Alaba. Proc. USNM (1761):- 
153-156, 3 figs, 8vo wraps, library 
stamp • $3.00 

929 Bartsch P 1911 Family 
Vitrinellidae West Coast America. 
Proc. USNM (1785):229-234. -$3.00 

031 Bartsch P 1911 Genus Bittium 
Vv'est Coast America. Proc. USNM 
(182e):3S3-414. - $9.00 

933 Bartsch P 1911 Genus Alabina 
V/est Coast America. Proc. USNM 
(t790):409-418. • $3.00 

932 Bartsch P 1911 Genus Alvania 
'West Coast America. Proc. USNM 
(ie63):333-362. • $6.00 

928 Bartsch P 1911 Genus Eumeta. 
Proc. USNM (l799):565-56a. -$3.00 

927 Bartsch P 1911 Genus Diasloma 
West Coast America. Proc. USNM 
(1&02):5d1-584. - $3.00 


934 Bartsch P 1912 Genus Cingula. 
Proc. USNM (187l):435'4a8 - S3.00 

935 Oartsch P 1912 Pi'rarr.IdQllid 
Fauna, New Species. Pioc. USNM 
(1933):261>2e9. • S9.00 

933 Oaitsch P 1915 Genus Rissolna. 
Proc. USNM (2094):33-62. - $9.00 

938 Bartsch P 1920 RlssoelllcJae. 
Synceratidae. Oarleela. Proc. USNM 
(2331):159-176. pis, 12*13. - S5.10 

939 Bartsch P 1921 New Marine 
Mollusks West Coast Americal. Prcc. 
Biol. Soc. V/ashington 34:33*40. - 
S3.C0 

940 Bartsch P 1027 New West 
American Mollusk. Proc. USNM 
(2C60):1-36. • $8.00 

941 Bartsch P 1928 NEV/ MARINE 
MOLLUSKS FROM ECUADOR. Jour. 
Washington Acad. Sci. 18(3):C6*75, 
16 fjgs. • S3.00 

950 Bartsch P 1931 A NEW 
SHIPWORM FROM VENEZUELA. 
Proc. USNM (2374) 79{8):1-3, pi. 1, 
8vo vi^aps. number on cover • $3.00 

942 Bartsch P 1931 THE WEST 
AMERICAN MOUUSKS CF THE 
GENUS Acar. Proc. USNM (2909) 
80(9):1>4, pi. 1. Svo wraps • $3.00 

1053 Bartsch P 1933 THE LAND 
SHELLS OF THE GENUS 03DA 
FROM MINDORO PROVINCE PHILIP- 
PINE ISUNDS. Bull. USNM (100) 
6(8):343*371. pis. 87*83, wraps. - 
$8.60 

943 Bartsch P 1941 TWO NEW 
GIANT SCALAS FROM CUBA. Jour. 
Pal?o., 15(3):307*308. 8vo sheet - 
$3.00 

1146 Bartsch P 1968 MOLLUSKS. 
Dover, Neptune, tij, 11 Ip., 63 (5 
col.) ill., Svo soft cover, ov/nor name 
on cover - $5.00 

049 Bartsch P & 1939 MOLl.USKS 
COLLECTED ON THE PftESIDEN* 
TIAL CRUISE OF 1908. H.A. Rehder 
2nd author. Smithsonian Misc. Coll.. 
(3535) 93 (10): 1-1 8. pis. 1-5. evo 
wraps. E.P. Chace personal copy • 
$ 6.10 

1148 Bassler RS 1915 BIEUO- 
GRAPHIC INDEX OF AMERICAN 
ORDOVICIAN AND SILURIAN FOS- 
SILS. Volume 1. USNM Bull. 92:1- 
718, 8vo v/raps missing, untrirr.med - 
$32.50 

163 Batten RL 1964 SOME PERMIAN 
GASTROPODA FROM EASTCR.N 
ARIZONA. Amer. Mus. Novllatcs, 
(2ie5):1-16, figs. 1-22, tb!c. 1-4, 6vo. 
- $3.00 

8803 Batten RL 1972 PERMIAN 
GASTROPODS AND CHITONS FR- 
OM PERAK, MALAYSIA. PART I. 
CHITONS. BELLEROPHCSTIDS, EY- 
OPHAUDS AND PLEUROTOMAR- 
lANS. Bull. Amer. Mus. NH 147(1):1- 
44, figs. 1-52, separate. - $5.95 

8791 Batten RL 1972 T>IE 
ULTRASTRUCTURE Or FIVE COM- 
MON PENNSYLVANIA PLEUROIO- 
MARlAfJ GASTROPOD SPECIES CF 
EASTERN UNITED STATES. Amer- 
MNH Ncvitales (2501):1-34, figs. 1- 
30, cr4to separate. - S4.SS 

8796 Batten RL 1975 THE 
SCISSURELLIDAE • ARE THEY 
NEOTENOUSLY DERIVED FISSU- 
FtELUOS? (Archoogastropoda). Am- 
erMIs’H Novilales (2567):1-29, figs. 1- 
37, cr4to separate. - $4.50 

8798 Batten RL 1979 PERMIAN 
GASTROPODS FROM FERAK, MAL- 
AYSIA. PART 2. THE TROCHlDS. 
PATELLIDS. AND NERITIDS. Amor- 
MNH No\Ttates (2635):1-26, Hgs. 1- 
33. cr4lo separate. - $3.90 

2203 Batten RL 1985 PERMIAN 
GASTROPODS FROM PEPAK, MAL- 
AYSIA. P^JTT 3. THE MURCHtSOM- 
IDS, CERITHIIDS, LOXONEMATIDS, 
AND SUBULfTIDS. AmerMNM Novi- 
tates {2829):1-40, figs. 1-C2, 
separata. • $5.95 


160 Batten RL a 1976 SHELL 
ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE Af- 
LANTIDAE (HETEROPODA, MESO- 
GASTROPODA) Oxv'gyrus AND 
Proallsnla, WITH COMMENTS OfJ 
Atlanla inclinata. Bull. Amer. Mus. 
Nat. Hist. 157 Art. 4:267-310, figs. 1- 
60, append • S5.00 

1262 Bayerische S!a 1973 MITTEIL- 
UNGEN DER BAYERISCHEN STA- 
ATSSAMMLUNG FUR PALEONT- 
OLOGIE UNO HISTOR. GEOLOGIE. 
[Crustacea, Crocodilla, Dimyloides. 
Rauisucfius, Rodentia, Ostracods, 
Ammonites, etc.) Bayerische Staals- 
samml. f. Pataeo. u. Mist. Gool., 
13:205p., 12pl5 - $32.00 

1155 Bayley WS 1904 THE 
MENOMINEE IRON-BEARING DIS- 
TRICT OF MICHIGAN. Monogr. U.S. 
Geol. Survey 46:5t3p., 43col. & 0-W 
pis., 54figs., 3 maps In pocket, 4to 
original cloth, worn & loose - $27.50 

3949 Beal CH 1948 RECONInIAIS- 
SANCE OF THE GEOLOGY AND OIL 
POSSIBIUTIES OF BAJA CALIFORN- 
IA, MEXICO. Gool. Soc. Amer., Mom. 
(31):x + 133p., 11pls. + map In 
pocket, 8vo. [scarce, especially In 
good condition wlih maps] flyleaf 
stamp - $13.50 

1103 Benneil I 1974 THE FRINGE 
OF THE SEA. Rev. ed. Photos: F.G. 
Myers & K. Gillett. Rigby Ltd., 
Sydney, Australia 26 Ip., 179 ccl. & 
halftone ill., Svo. [molluscs p.142- 
191, pis. 102-134] cloth, dj chipped - 
$19.50 

3010 Bequaert JO & 1934 STUDIES 
OF AFRICAN LAND AND FRESH- 
V/ATER MOLLUSKS. 3. - West 
African Achatinao related to 
Achatina bolteata Reeve. VV.J. 
Clench 2r.d author. Amer. MNH 
Novitates (705):1-1S, figs. 1-7, 
separate. - $3.00 

5045 Bequaert JO & 1073 THE 
MOLLUSKS CF THE ARID SOUTH- 
WEST. With an Arizona check list. 
W.O. Miller 2nd author. Univ. Arizona 
Press, Tucson, l*xvi + 271p., figs. 1- 
6. SO TRADE - $3.00 

199 Bergeron E 1971 HOW TO 
CLEAN SEASHELLS. Great Out- 
doors, 32p., 8vc, ccl. soft cover. 
TRADE - $1.00 

1152 Bernard FR 1967 STUDIES ON 
THE BIOLOGY OF THE NATlClD 
CLAM DRILL POLINICES l£VvlSt 
(GOULD) (GASTROPODA PROSO- 
BRi^NCKIATA). Fish. Res. Board 
Canada, Tech. Rep. (42):1-41, figs. 
1-12, sm4to. edge sporting, soft 
cover • $5.00 

351 Berrlil N 1057 1001 QUESTIONS 
ABOUT THE SEASHORE. Dover, 
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1151 Berrlil NJ 1956 THE LIVING 
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966 Berry SS 1917 Random Notes 
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967 Berry SS 1943 Opalina 
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1006 Berry SS 1953 NOTICES OF 
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^005 Berry SS 1953 WEST 
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968 Berry SS 1954 Importance of 
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969 EJerry SS 1958 Colorado River 
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070 Bony S3 1950 Panamic Fauna. 
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972 Berry SS 1060 Biota of San 
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071 Berry SS 1060 Finds of interest 
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073 Berry SS 1955 Need for 
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412 Bortsch H & 1931 HAWAIIAN 
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1150 Billings M 1972 STRUCTURAL 
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7956 Oinney V/G & 1064 THE 
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1161 Bitner FH 1057 ARIZONA 
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1159 BlacK-welder RE 1961 DIRECT- 
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1154 BIoss FD 1971 CRYSTALLO- 
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48 Blount S & 1984 THE JOY OF 
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8773 Boss KJ 1365 A NEVif 
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3026 Boss KJ a 1973 MONOGRAPH 
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1213 Bouchet P etal 1979 LIVING 
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8026 Boyd DW & 1063 HiNGE 
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8797 Boyd DW & 1979 PERMIAN 
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8005 Braun E 1875 TIDELINE. Viking 
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159 Braun E & 1966 EXPLORING 
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1223 Braun E & 1066 EXPLORING 
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6997 Brigham WT 1900 AN INDEX 
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1220 Brillon JO Jr 1972 TWO NEW 
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1189 Brockman CF 1959 RECREA- 
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2201 Brow-ne lA & 1066 THE GENUS 
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1224 Brusca G &. 1971 THE 

GTOMATOPOD'S GUIDE TO THE 
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180 Bruynseeb JK 1675 RODING 
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7871 Buchsbaum R 1933 ANIMALS 
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4521 Bulloch DK 1SB6 MARINE 
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1095 Burton M & 1976 THE 

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1164 B.A.S.t.C. 1962 e.A.S.I.C. key 
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1040Cabrillo Hist. 1968CABRILLO’S 
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1073 Canu F & 1922 STUDIES ON 
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187 Cart GO 1963 GUIDE TO 
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990 Carlisle JG & 1964 ARTIFICIAL 
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7135 Carpenter MG 1981 WHATTHE 
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1193 Carson RL 1955 THE EDGE OF 
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148 Cartmel! BC 1978 LETS GO 
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207 Casanova R & 1931 AN 
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1242 Castell CP 1963 BRITISH 

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1048 Cate JM 1662 OBSERVATIONS 
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1046 Cate JM 1962 ON THE 
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1051 Cate JM 1953 REVISION OF 
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1049 Cate JM 1964 A NEW SPECIES 
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7122 Cemohorsky WO 1974 TYPE 
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7820 Cemohorsky WO 1975 
SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ON THE 
TAXONOMY OF BUCCINID SPECIES 
OF THE SUBFAMILY PISANIINAE 
(MoHusca : Gastropoda). Rec. 
Auckland Inst. Mus. 12:175-21 1, figs. 
1*75, separate. NEW - $4.95 

7821 Cemohorsky WO 1975 THE 
TAXONOMY OF SOME WEST 
AMERICAN AND ATUVNTIC NAS- 
SARItOAE BASED ON THEIR TYPE- 
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Mus. 12:121-179, figs. 1-93, 
separate. (Nassarius. Cyllene, Do- 
moulia] NEW - S6.95 

7819 Cemohorsky WO 1975 THE 
TAXONOMY OF SOME !NDO- 
PACIFIC MOaUSCA. PART 3. With 
descriptions of new taxa and 
remarks on a Ecuadorian fossil 
species of Turridae. Rec. .Auckland 
Inst. Mus. 12:213-234, figs. 1-60, 
separate. NEW - S3.95 

7823 Cemohorsky V.'O 1976 THE 
TAXONOMY CF SOME INDC- 
PACIRC MOLLUSCA. PART 4. With 
descriptions of new taxa and 
remarks on Nassarius coppingeri- 
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13:111-123, figs. 1-43, separate. 
(M'tra, Vexiilum, Murex, Purpura, 
Crcnia, Ergalatax] NEW - $4.40 

7145 Cernchcrsky V/O 1977 
CORRECTION TO THE NOMEf^bV 
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3u;i. No.2 fN.S.):23-27, ng. 1, 
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72o0 Cemohorsky WO 1977 NOTE 
ON TWO PACtrlC GASTROPODS. 
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• S3.C0 

7347 Cemohorsky WO 1S77 A 
STUDY CF Scutus antipodes 
MONTrCRT (Gastropoda: Fissurol- 
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7525 C^irr^ohofsk'/ WO 1S77 TH~ 
TAItCNOMY CF SOME ECUTHEnN 
OCEAN MOLLUSCA (GASTRC- 

poca; mainly Antarctic and 

SUB.\NTARCTlC. Rec. Auckland Inst. 
Mus. 14:1C5-119, fias. 1-13, 
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7524 Cemchorsky WO 1377 THE 
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SPECIES REPORTED F.RCM NEW 
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14.37-104, flgj. 1-22, separate. NEvV 

• $4.43 

7826 Corr.chors'o/ WO 1977 THE 
7AXCNCMY SCf4E iNDO- 

FACIrlC MOLLUSCA. PART 5. vVilh 
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remarks cn NassHfius albus (Say). 
Rec. Auckland Inst. Mus. 14:121- 
132, 1-23, scparale. NEV; - $3.95 

7823 Cemohorsky V/O 1973 THE 
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MOLLUSCA. PART 6. Res. Aucktat^d 
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NEW • $4.40 

7227 Cemohorsky V/O 197Q 75^E 
T^XC^CMY CF CARtBSEAN - 
AOANTiC CCSTELLARilDAF. (MCL- 
LUSCA: GASTnOPCDA). Roc. Auck- 
land Inst. Mus. 1s:£7-lC3, figs. 1-35, 

- $3.S5 

7256 Cemohorsky WO 1980 NEW 
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PODS FROM AUSTRALIA AND NEW 
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separate. (Peculator & Dorectrophon 
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7831 Cemohorsky V/O 1930 

SYSTEMATICS Or SOME WEST 
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lOAE) WITH DESCRIPTION OF A 
NEW SPECIES. Rec. Auckland Inst. 
Mus. 17:127-134, figs. 1-13, 

separate. NEW - $2.95 

5035 Cemohorsky V/O 1980 

TAXONOMIC NOTES ON POLYNES- 
IAN MOLLUSCA WITH DESCf^lP- 
TIONS OF NEW SPECIES CF 
NASSARlIOAE. Rcc. Auckland Inst. 
Mus., 17:113-125. figs. 1-33, 

separate. NEW • $3.50 


7398 Cemohorsky WO 1980 THE 
TAXONOMY OF SOME INDO- 
PACIFIC MOLLUSCA. PART 8. Rec. 
Auckland Inst. Mus. 17:135-152, figs. 
1-35, separate. NEW - $4.00 

7829 Cemohorsky WO 1980 THE 
TAXONOMY OF SOME INDO- 
PACIFIC MOLLUSCA. PART 7. Rec. 
Auckland Inst. Mus. 16:171-187, figs. 
1-34, separate. NEW • $3.95 

7443 Cemohorsky WO 1981 THE 
TAXONOMY OF SOME INDO- 
PACIFIC MOLLUSCA. PART 9. Rec. 
Auckland Inst. Mus. 18:193-202, figs 
1-19. NEW • $3.95 

7832 Cemohorsky WO 1982 FAMILY 
NASSARtiDAE IREDALE. 1916. IN: 
Wagner & Abbott, Standard Catalog 
of Shells. Amer. Malacologists, FL, 
sup. 2, p. 17-201 -17-243, figs., 
8.5x1 lln. NEW - $7.95 

7477 Cemohorsky WO 1982 
DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES 
OF Vexillum (Costeilaria) (MOLLUS- 
CA: GASTROPODA) FROM THE 
WEST PACIFIC OCEAN. Rec. 
Auckland Insl. Mus. 19:109-1 12, figs. 
1-6, separate. NEW • $3.00 

7478 Cemohorsky WO 1982 THE 
TAXONOMY OF SOME INOO- 
PACIFIC MOLLUSCA. PART 10. Rec. 
Auckland Inst. Mus. 19:125-147, figs. 
1-57, separate. NEW • $6.00 

7479 Cemohorslc/ WO 1982 THE 
TAXONOMIC STATUS OF Cronia 
fiscella (GMELIN, 1791) AND C. 
margaritkola (8RODERIP, 1833) 
(GASTROPODA: MURiCIDAE). Rec. 
Auckland Insl. Mus. 13:113-124, figs. 
1-21, separate. NE'W - $3.00 

7505 Cemohorsky WO 1983 THE 
TAXONOMY OF SOME INDO- 
PAClrlC MOLLUSCA. PART 11. Rec. 
Auckland Inst. Mus. 20:185-202, figs. 
1-35, separate. NEV/ - $3.95 

5011 Cemohorsky V/O 1985 THE 
TAXONOMY OF SOME INDO- 
PAC.rIC MOLLUSCA PART 12. With 
rornarks on two American Gastropod 
Species. Rac. Auckland Inst. Muo. 
22:47-67, figs. 1-39, separate. NEW - 
$3.C0 

7322 Cornohprsk-/-V/& 1976 NOTES 
ON THE TAXONOMY OF INOO- 
PACIFiC TEREORIDAE (MOLLUSCA: 
GASTROPODA). WITH DESCRIP- 
TICN OF A NEW SPECIES. T. 
Bratcher 2nd author Roc. Auckland 
Inst. Mus. 13:131-140, figs. 1-27, 
separate. NEV/ - $4.40 

7861 Chace EP 1953 ADDITIONAL 
NOTES CN THE PUOCENE AND 
PLciSroCENE FAUNA CF THE 
TURTLE DAY AREA, BAJA CALI- 
FCRNIA, MEXICO. Trans. SDMNH, 
12(9):l/'7-179, v/raps. • S3.00 

8017 Chace EP 1950 THE MARINE 
MCaUSCAM FAUNA CF GUADA- 
LUPE ISLAND, MEXICO, v/ilh: A NEW 
MOLLUSK FROM SAN FELIPE. BAJA 
CALIFORNIA. Tran. San Diego Soc. 
Nat. Hist. 12(1932C):p.3l0-334, 2 
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1014 Chaco E? 1966 PLEISTOCENE 
MOLLUSCA FROM THE SECOND 
TERRACE AT SAN PEDRO, C.AU- 
FCRNIA. Tran. San Oiogo Soc. Nat. 
Hist. 14(l3);p.iC9-l72. wraps. • 
S3.C0 

30C5 Chambers L 1334 STUDIES ON 
THE ORGANS CF REPRODUCTION 
IN THE NUOISRANCHIATE MOL- 
LUSKS. Cull. Amer.MNH 46(6):599- 
641, plQ. 23-26. • $8.40 

1246 Charles B 1971 DISCOVERING 
SEA SHELLS. Shiro Publ., Tting, U.K. 
55p., 27figs., smOvo soft cover, worn, 
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7350 Chatfietd J WELSH SEA- 
SHELLS. Mus. V/aios, SO - $3.50 

1117 Child J 1957 SHELLFISH OF 
THE BAY CF PLENTY. Periwinkle 
Press, Auckland, 48p., 70 figs., 8vo 
wraps, fading on spine - $3.50 

4023 Chrlstiaens J 1936 THE 
RECENT AND FOSSIL SHELLS OF 
THE GENUS Scutus. Gloria Maris 
25(1):1-20, 2pls., 1 photo, 1 map, SB 
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4505 Chubb LJ 1955 A REVISION 
OF WHITFIELD'S TYPE SPECIMENS 
OF THE RUDIST MOLLUSKS FROM 
THE CRETACEOUS OF JAMAICA 
BRITISH WEST INDIES. Amer. Mus. 
Novitates {1713);M4, separate 
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8801 Ciriacks KW 1963 PERMIAN 
AND EOTRIASSIC BIVALVES OF THE 
MIDDLE ROCKIES. Bull. Amer. Mus. 
NH 125(1):1-100, figs. 1-4, separate. 
NEW - $16.95 

1221 Clark AM 1968 STARFISHES 
AND THEIR REU^TIONS. 2nd ed. 
British Mus. (N.H.) 120p., 30 figs., IS 
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3017 Clench WJ 1941 THE LAND 
MOLLUSCA OF THE SOLOMON 
ISLANDS (SUCCINEIDAE, BULIMUL- 
IDAE, AND PARTUUDAE). AMNH 
Novitates (1129):1-21, figs. 1-13, 8vo 
separate. - $5.00 

3018 Clench WJ 1956ANEWCerion 
FROM BINIMI, BAHAMAS (MOL- 
LUSCA). AMNH Novitates (1794}:1-3, 
figs. 1-2, SB NEW - S3.C0 

3019 Clench WJ 1957 NE'W LAND 
MOLLUSCA FROM THE ADMIRALTY 
AND BISMARCK ISLANDS. AMNH 
Novitates (1863):1-6, figs. 1-7, 8vo 
separate. NEV/ - $3.00 

1252 Clover P 19S3 A CATALOG OF 
POPULAR MARGINELLA SPECIES 
WITH VALUES. This catalog 
illustrates most tlie species available 
to collectors at the present time. P, 
Clover I9p. + supp., col. cover, 
121f1g3., 8vo soft cover. • $5.00 

3399 Clyde DP & 1964 0IRDING IN 
THE BAY AREA. Edited by Vinsen 
Brown. Naturegraph, Healdsburg, 
CA, 20p., ill., SB USED - $3.50 

7112 Coale RD 1973 PREPARING 
SE/\ SHELLS FOR DIGFIAY. Shell 
Cleaning Techniques. Crga.ni2ing a 
Shell Collection. Methods cf 
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Ibl., S3 NE'W - S4.C0 

1310 Coan 0/ 1960 CHARLES 
RUSSELL ORCUTT, PIONEER CALl- 
FCP.MAN MALACCLCGIST. A.ND 
THE WEST AMERICAN SCIENTIST. 
Trans. San Diego So^:. flat. Hi:t., 
14(a):d5-95, v;raps. • $3.00 

7114 Coan EV 1953 A BIOLOGICAL 
SUFT/EY CF BAhilA DE LOS 
ANGELES, GULF OF CAUPCrtNA!, 
MEXICO. 111. Benthic Molluscs. 
Trans. San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist. 
15(8):107-132. separate. • 32.95 

06 Coan BV 1331 J.AMES GRAHAM 
COOPER, pioneer Western Natura- 
list. Univ Idaho Press, 255p., 28figs., 
8vo soft cover. NEW - $12.95 

3CC7 Cockerel! TDA 1313 A NEV/ 
SLUG FROM THE HIMALAYA 
MOUiNTAINS. Bull. AMNH 32(41):- 
617-619, figs. 1-7, separate. MEW • 
S3.C0 

1253 Coe WR 1972 STARFISHES, 
SERPENT STARS. SEA URCHINS 
Af«ID SEA CUCUMBERS CF THE 
NORTHEAST. Dover Publ., Neptune. 
NJ. 152p.. 32pts., 29figs. 8vo soft 
cover, soiled cover - S7.50 

7330 Ccoko CM Jr 1934 LAND 
SHELLS CF MAKATBA. Ccc. Pap. 
Dichop Mus. 1C(11}:1-11, 1971 RPT, 
Sn. • S4.C0 

7420 Cooko CM A 1943 LAND 
SMELLS (SYNCERIDAE) FROM THE 
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN PACIF- 
1C. W.J. Clench 2nd author. Occ. 
Pap. Bishop Mus. 17(20);250-262. 
figs. 1-9, SO - $4.C0 

1079 Cooke CV/ A 1029 GEOLOGY 
OF FLORIDA. S. Mossorn 2nd 
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plates] 6vo wraps wor.n at spine; 
owner name front cover • $35.00 

1080 Coeper MR A 1979 UPPER 
ALBIAN (STOLICZKAIA DiSPAR 
ZONE) AMMONITES FROM THE 
ArJGCLAN unORAL V/.J. Kennedy 
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134 Corbett J & 1904 SEA UFE AT 
THE OCEAN’S EDGE. Pacific 
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8792 Coryell HN & 1934 A 

MOLLUSCAN FAUNULE FROM THE 
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MONTANA. AmerMNH • Novitates 
{746):1-18, figs. 1-13, 8vo separate. - 
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1194 Cousteau J 1975 THE OCEAN 
WORLD OF JACQUES COUSTEAU. 
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1 133 Cousteau JY 1953 THE SILENT 
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1134 Cousteau JY 1963 THE LIVING 
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7133 Cox KW 19G0 REVIE'W CF THE 
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2879 Crampton HE 1953 NEV/ 
SPECIES CF LAND SNAILS OF THE 
GENUS Partula FROM RAIATEA, 
SOCIETY ISLANDS. AmerMNH Novi- 
tates (1761):1-17, figs. 1-3, separate. 
NE'W • $3.00 

996 Crawford J 1977 A Checklist cf 
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1055 Crick.may CH 1932 CONTRlBU- 
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75C8 Crista Galli n.d. DEADLY 
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1203 Cri'chley P 1973 1>:E ART CF 
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1135 Crowder W 1931 BETWEEN 
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7360 Cfov/der W 1975 SEASHORE 
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57 Cultiney JL & 1980 EXPLOfTNG 
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204 Dahlem T 1971 HGV/ TO 
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943 Call WH 1918 Nomenclature cf 
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2C30 Dali WH & 1904 SYNCPSIS CF 
THE GENERA, SUSOENCnA AND 
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11 Davis MH 1933 NO CRCiNA.RY 
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1261 Dnwscn EY 196<3 CACTI OF 
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0011 Day JW 1975 V/HAT IS A 
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8812 Day JW 1975 V/HAT IS A 
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8813 Day JW 1975 WHAT IS A 
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1208 Dell RK 1955 NATIVE SHELLS. 
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423 DeLuca & 1976 PACIFIC 

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7308 DeLucia 0 1985 GUIDE TO 
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889 deOliveira MP 1969 AS 
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16 Dethier VG 1901 NEWBERRY. 
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1267 DIcklor D 1935 dBASE III TRAIL 
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2027 Douglass JL & 1935 A FIELD 
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1269 Draper DC 1960 INDEX TO 
OLDROYj'3 VOLUME II. B.C. 
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1271 Dugan J 1S60 MAN EXPLORES 
THE SEA. An exciting history of 
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earlles times to Captain Cousteau. 
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no Duke Beauforti 1853 HUNT- 
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?as:=mo?. .M, .Morris 2nd author. 
Lcn'jrr.ar.s, Green A Co., London, 
573p., col. frontis., 52ill., erSvo half 
calf ve.y worn, spine ‘aped, some 
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7470 OuGhane H 1962 
CHECiaiST CF MOLLUSKS FOR 
PUERTOCiTCS, BAJA CAUFORNIA, 
MEXICO. Voliger 5(1):33-50, 1 map. 
8.5x11 in wraps. • S3.C0 

3314 DuSiiane H 1563 A 
CHECKLIST Or THE INTERTIDAL 
MOLLUSKS FOR BAHIA WILLARD 
AND THE SCUTHV/ESrERN POR- 
TION OF BAHIA SAN LUIS 
GCNZAGA STATE Or RAJA 
CAUFOnNI.A, MEiOCC. Vefigef 10(3)- 
:233‘246, IpL, 1 map, 3.3x11 in 
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7433 D'AttHio A a 1980 FOUR 
SPECIES Or Plerynclus AND 
Favartia FROM THE PhlUPPINc 
ISLANDS. Trans. San Diego Goc. 
Nr.l. HIM. 1S(12):1CS-179, figs. 1-4.- 
53.C0 

9711 Emerson V/K 1&C6 A NEW 
SCAPHOPOD MOLLUSK. Cor.lalium 
iTesieracme) h.-incockl, F.ROM »HE 
EASTERN PACIFIC. Ar.nerMN’H Nevi- 
latos (1737);1-7, fig. 1, 3vj scoaxate. 
- SO.OO 

1034 Emerson 'A'K UFV/ELL- 

ING AUD ASSCCIAlrO MAniNE 
L'.'^E ALONG F'ACiriO 6/-JA 
CALirCRNIA. MEICCD. Jour. Paleo. 
30(2):393-397, i map., wraps. • 

$o.co 

7710 Emerson WK 1953 RESULTS 
CF THE rUhllTAN-AMERICAN MU- 
SEUM OF NATURAL fflSYCRY 
EXPEDITION TO WESTERfJ MEXICO. 

I. General Accour.l. AmerMNH 
Novitates (1894);l-25, figs. 1-0, 8vo 
separate. - S3. 35 

4045 Emerson WK 1909 THE 
GASTROPCO GENUS Pterorytis. 
AmerMNH Novitates (1974):i-8, figs. 
1-4, 8vo separate. - $3.C0 

8737 Emerson V/K 1560 RESULTS 
CF THE PURITAN-AMERICAN MU- 
SEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 
EXPEDITION TO WESTERN MEXICO. 

II. Pleistocene Invertebrates from 
Ceralvo Island. AmerMNH Novitates 
(l995):1-6. fig. 1, Bvo separate. - 
$3.00 


8781 Emerson WK 1960 RESULTS 
OF THE PURITAN-AMERICAN MU- 
SEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 
EXPEDITION TO WESTERN MEXICO. 
12. Shell Middens of San Jose 
Island. AmerMNH Novitales (2013):1- 
9, figs. 1-4, 8vo separate. - $3.00 

8784 Emerson WK 1960 PLEISTO- 
CENE INVERTEBRATES FROM 
NEAR PUNTA SAN JOSE. BAJA 
CALIFORNIA. MEXICO. AmerMNH 
Novilates (2002):1-7, fig. 1, 8vo 
separate. • $3.00 

8782 Emerson WK 1960 REMARKS 
ON SOME EASTERN PACIFIC 
MURICIO GASTROPODS. AmerMNH 
Novilates (2009):1-15, figs. 1-7, 8vo 
separate. • $3.00 

4042 Emerson WK 1964 RESULTS 
OF THE PURITAN-AMERICAN MU- 
SEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 
EXPEDITION TO WESTERN MEXICO. 
20. The Recent Mollusks: Gastro- 
poda: Harpidae, Vasidae. and 
Votutidae. Amer. Mus. Novitates 
(2202):1-23. figs. 1-9, 8vo separate. • 
$4.00 

3775 Emerson WK 1965 THE 
EASTERN PACIFIC SPECIES OF 
Niso (MOLLUSCA: GASTROPODA). 
AmerMNH Novitates (2218):1-ll 
figs. 1-11, 3vo separate. • $3.00 

1032 Emerson WK 1967 THE 
AMERICAN SPECIES OF THE 
GENUS MORUM (GASTROPODA: 
TONNACEA). AMU Ann. Rep. for 
1967, p.74-75. • $3.00 

1037 Emerson WK 1980 INVERTE- 
BRATE FAUNULES OF UTE 
PLEISTOCENE AGE, WITH ZOO- 
GEOGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS. FR- 
OM TURTLE BAY, BAJA CALIFCRN- 
U SUfl, MEXICO. Nautilus 94{2):S7- 
£9, 1 Ibl., 2 maps, 1 photo, wraps. • 
S4.C0 

1025 Emerson WK & 1953 A 
PLEISTOCENE INVERTEBRATE FA- 
UNA FROM THE SOUTHWEST 
CCRNE.R OF SAN DIEGO COUNTf', 
CALIFORNIA. W.O. Addicott 2nd 
author. Trans. Son Diego Soc. Nat. 
Hist., 1 1 (17):429-444, 1 map, wraps. 

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1030 Emerson WK & 1957 RECEhfT 
MOLLUSKS OF THE 1940 ‘E.V/. 
SCnlPPS* CRUISE TO THE GULF OF 
CAUFCRNIA E.L Puffer 2nd author. 
Amer. Mus. Novilates (1825}:57p., 1 
tbi., 2 figs., wraps some walerstain • 
$7.50 

9780 Emerson WK & 1958 

PLEISTOCENE INVERTEBRATES FR- 
OM PUNTA BAJA. BAJA CAUFORN- 
lA. MEXICO. AmerMNH Novilates 
(1909):1-11, figs. 1-2, 6vo separate. • 
$3.00 

1029 Emerson WK & 1959 

PLEISTOCENE MOLLUSKS FROM 
TcCOLOTE CREEK, SAN DIEGO, 
CAUFORNIA E.P. Chace 2nd 
author. Trans. San Diego Soc. Nat. 
Hist. 12{21):335-346,figs. l-3,vwaps. 

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8783 Emerson WK & 1960 

PLIOCENE AND PLEISTOCENE 
INVERTEBRATES FROM PUNTA 

ROSAUA, BAJA CAUFORNIA MEX- 
ICO. LG. Herllein 2nd author. 
AmerMNH Novilates (2004):1-8, figs. 
1-3, fivo separate. • S3.00 

8780 Emerson WK& 1962 RESULTS 
Or THE PURITAN-AMERICAN MU- 
SEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 
EXPEDITION TO WESTERN MEXICO. 
10. The Recent Mollusks: Gastro- 
poda, Conidae. W.E. Old 2nd 
author. AmerMNH Novitales (2112):- 
1-44, figs. 1-20, 8vo separate. • $6.95 

8788 Emerson WK & 1962 

REMARKS ON Triton ranranii 
BIANCON! (MOLLUSCA, GASTRO- 
PODA). A D'Aliltio 2nd author. 
AmerMNH Novitales (2108):1-8, figs. 
1-4, 8vo separate. • $3.00 

7799 Emerson WK & 1963 RESULTS 
OF THE PURiTAN-AMERICAN MU- 
SEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 
EXPEDITION WESTERN MEXICO. 
17. The P.ecent Mollusks: Gastro- 
poda, Cypraeacea. W.E. Old 2nd 
author. AmerMNH Novitates (2136):- 
1-32, figs. 1-18, 8vo separate. - $4.95 


7740 Emerson WK & 1963 RESULTS 
OF THE PURITAN-AMERICAN MU- 
SEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 
EXPEDITION WESTERN MEXICO. 
19. The Recent mollusks: Gastro- 
poda. Strombacea, Tonnacea. and 
Cymatiacea. W.E. Old 2nd author. 
Amer. Mus. Novilates (2153):1-38, 
figs. 1-28, 8vo separate - S4.95 

8778 Emerson WK & 1963 A NEW 
SPECIES OF Ullaxis FROM THE 
WESTERN ATLANTIC (MOLLUSCA, 
GASTROPODA). A D’Alillio 2nd 
author. Amer. Mus. Novitates 
(2l49):1-9, figs. 1-6, 8vo separate. - 
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3786 Emerson WK & 1963 A NEW 
SUBGENUS AND SPECIES OF 
Cymatium (MOLLUSCA, GASTRO- 
PODA). V/.E. Old 2nd author. 
AmerMNH Novitales (2137):1-13. 
figs. 1-6, 8vo separate. - $3.00 

4691 Emerson WK & 1964 

INVERTEBRATE MEGAFOSSILS OF 
THE BELVEDERE EXPEDITION TO 
THE GULF OF CAUFORNIA. LG. 
Herllein 2nd author. Trans. San 
Diego Soc. Nat. Hist. 13(17):333- 
363, separate, wraps - $4.00 

7655 Emerson V/K & 1964 

TERRESTRIAL MOLLUSKS OF THE 
BELVEDERE EXPEDITION TO THE 
GULF OF CALIFORNIA. M.K. 
Jacobson 2nd author. Trans. San 
Diego Soc. Nat. Hist. 13{16):3t3- 
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76S4 Emerson WK & 1976 THE 
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3008 Emerson V/K & 1 979 Scaphelta 
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1038 Emerson WK & 1931 AGE 
RELATIONS AND ZOOGEOGRAPHIC 
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CENE MARINE INVEiTTESRATR 
FAUNAS FROM TURTLE BAY, BAJA 
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4020 E?oe! AO 1233 THE 
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991 Fitch JE 1954 Fish Fauna Playu 
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092 Filch JE 1965 Unexploilsd 
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881 Fox H M 1929 CAMBRIDGE 
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960 Fraser CM 1943 Part III. Ten 
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3791 Freund G 1973 SKIN DIVER’S 
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340 Galbraith R & 1974 SUBTIOAL 
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4027 Garslang W 1985 LARVAL 
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7154 Geerts C 1971 DICTIONARY 
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1081 Geol. Surv. LA 1899 PART V. 
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405 Gillette K 3 1969 AUSTRALIAN 
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3954 Gilluiy J & 1968 PRINCIPLES 
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72 Gilmartin T 1970 WHAT 
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67 Giwojna P 1973 MARINE HERMIT 
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449 Golden Books 1974 ANIMALS 
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7194 Go'dring W 1950 HANDGCOX 
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4029 Gordon BL 1?77 E.NERGY 
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38.83 Gordon BL 1984 THE SUCrET 
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4C30 Gordon BL [od) 1930 MAN 
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8773 Gould SJ 1966 NOTES ON 
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FICATION Or THE SILICUAPIIOAE 
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7144 Grant US & 1931 CATALOGUE 
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0010 Gralacap LP 1912 AN 
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180 Greenberg I 1977 GUIDE TO 
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452 Greenberg I & 1981 SHARKS 
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119 Greenberg J & 1976 THE 
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107 Greenberg J & 1983 THE 
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7213 Griffith LM 1975 INTERTIDAL 
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4031 Haaker PL & 1986 CALIFORNIA 
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174 Haas O 1942 SOME UPPER 
CRETACEOUS AMMONITES FROM 
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178 Haas O 1942 THE VERNAY 
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4510 Haas O 1943 SOME 
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OF ANGOLA. Amer. Mus. Novitates 
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2114 Haas O 1943 AN UPPER 
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Amer. Mus. Novitates (l223):l-3, 
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4504 Haas O 1945 A RECENTLY 
ACQUIRED ALBIAN AMMONITE 
FROM ANGOLA. Amer. Mus. 
Novitates (1286):1-4, figs. 1-3, 
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8315 Haas O 1946 INTRASPECIFIC 
VARIATION IN, AND ONTOGENY OF, 
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cyclus wyemingensis. Bull. Amer. 
Mus. NH 86(4): 141-224, figs. 1-108, 
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2998 Haas O 19^9 ACANTHO- 
CERATIC AMMONOIDEA FROM 
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1-15, figs. 1-17., SB - $9.50 

9032 Haas O 1953 MESOZOIC 
INVERTEBRATE FAUNAS Cr PERU. 
P/JiV 1 . General Introduction. Part 2. 
Late Tfiassic gastropods from central 
Peru. Bull. Amer. Mus. NH 101:1- 
328, map, pis. 1-18, chart, tbls., S3 - 
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8012 Haas O 1955 REVISION OF 
THE JURASSIC AMMONITE FAUNA 
Cr MOUNT HERMON, SYRIA. Bull. 
Amer. Mus. NH 108(1}:1-210, figs. 1- 
4, pis. 1-30, S3 - $22.50 

6202 Haas O 1960 LOWER 
CRETACEOUS AMMONITES FROM 
COLOMBIA. SOUTH AMERICA. 
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7980 Hertlein LG & 1959 RESULTS 
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